How's the ride quality on it compared to the air ride? And do you have any new pictures? Been looking into this setup but thinking of going with 35 inch tires tooToday, I finished the install of the "Vshni" rancho fix.
The truck now sits even at 39 inches, centre of wheel well on all four corners. The only difference with the parts list is I went with RS9000xl adjustable series for the rear shocks.
With that said, a big thank you to Vshni for coming up with the parts list and sharing it. Another thanks to all the mad scientists on the forum who are always willing to help.
I did the job myself, and I took my time. So it was a day and half in total. But, I wasn't working like a mad man, but rather plugging along. I also used a haynes manual for torque settings etc. The final step will be a an alignment for good measure.
I would say to folks, that first, remove the fuses that control the air compressor and air suspension modulator. I would also say, that before you start, have either a 21mm crowfoot wrench, or a flex head ratchet to remove the top shock bolt. Its awkward to say the least.
I did not flash the the computer (I dont have the diagnostic tool to reset/remove the air suspension error code), so I have a brief error message on start up. (It chimes once and you dont see it again till you shut off and start up).
I ve included a few pictures.
(As the truck has 82k on it, I figured I might as well change out the sway bar links and bushing. I installed mevotechs with a grease zerk all the way around.)
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So..to be fair.Looks good! How do you like the ride compared to the air?
those pictures are from this weekend after I completed the work.How's the ride quality on it compared to the air ride? And do you have any new pictures? Been looking into this setup but thinking of going with 35 inch tires too
What are you confused over?Now I'm confused. Do you have the 2 inch quick lift or the 4 inch one?