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Auto Leveling and Lifts?

Discussion in 'Lifted & Offroad Suspension' started by flamecop, Jan 11, 2010.

  1. flamecop

    flamecop New Member

    I posted over in the Suburban forum and got no help, can anyone here offer any advice?

    Ok, so I'm reading and searching, but have a couple of questions still.

    I'm going to do a ReadyRide style lift on my '01 Burb with auto leveling. If I only use the new torsion keys to level the vehicle (loose the front rake) does this freak out the rear auto leveling?

    I feel like I'm inclined to do the lift, and maybe do the 1" rear lift as well. I assume that if I do this that the auto leveling must go, correct? At that point, using Strutmasters coilovers as replacements in the rear and what (?) shocks as a compliment in the front? I'm skeptical about using the front shock extenders rather than proper length shocks. Any opinions about that?

    Thanks for the guidance, :great:

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