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Old 07-18-2019, 02:26 PM   #1
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Adjust ride height valves

Iím in need of info and this is a go to place.
I have an 98 Allure and need to adjust the ride height. I replaced the front ride height valve and have it adjusted it fairly close (8Ē from bottom of frame rail to bottom of airbag plate), to where itís needed until I can adjust the rear.
My manual says 5 inches, a DynoMax leaflet, I have, says 7 1/2 inches for the rear measuring from the bottom of frame rail to a weld in the center of the rear axle. Problem is, using the 8 in. measurement my airbag is completely deflated and I know thatís not correct.
Can anyone give my the correct way to obtain my ride height?
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Roy Smith
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Old 07-19-2019, 01:47 PM   #2
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Allure - 1998/1999 Models
Front: 8 inches; bottom of frame rail to bottom bag mounting plate.
Rear: 7 1/2 inches; bottom of frame rail to horizontal weld on center of rear axle.

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