Riding High w Air ride suspension

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Stacie Winters

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Oct 22, 2016
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I have a 2016 ED w air suspension...I love the high setting, would love to run around town occasionally but I get automatically lowered at 25mph :(
I know it's designed for 4 wheel low, but is there a way to override ?
 

jdn112011

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I have a 2016 ED w air suspension...I love the high setting, would love to run around town occasionally but I get automatically lowered at 25mph :(
I know it's designed for 4 wheel low, but is there a way to override ?
Well you can switch the factory links from front to rear, there's a length difference and it basically puts you in off road 2. They just pop off. But it's too high and though you can still go to offroad 1, offroad 2 won't work. It will serious wear your tires unless you go get an alignment and plan on leaving it there. But it's a budget lift for air suspension. Only cost is the alignment.

For the milder lift or level you can get links from adjustable air ride but they're a pretty penny. Like 300$. Nuts. I would like to find a small Fab Shop to make a set for me because I know it'd be a ton cheaper
 

Brokedownbutgood

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Apr 17, 2016
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On mine swapping the links made it sit the same as offroad 2 and it wouldn't even go into offroad 1 afterwords. It also caused a intermittent shutter in my drivetrain. After trying it for a day I wouldn't recommend it. Now the adjustable links would work better.