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TIRE noob HELP. Thought and input - Duratrac 275s

Discussion in 'LR4' started by Obie Castellano, Jan 22, 2021.

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    ah ty!
     
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    starting to wonder (after buying all this..) if springs are better/ worse? any opinions on that?
     
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    How do you do that? please and TY. Sorry total noob.. Also in my defense, I don't want to mess this up. I can't seem to find anything on cal with this specific setup??
     
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    The spacer moves the whole air strut assembly south 2.5 inches. The shorter rods adjust the air volume for this 2.5 inches, thus creating a vehicle that is 2.5 inches higher, but with the stock air bag volume (think stock springs) if you just use rods, it is like having stiffer springs.

    Anyway, to make the system happy, you need to calibrate the ride height with a GAP tool or equivalent. Since you now have 2.5 inch spacers, you want to add 65mm to the stock ride height during calibration. This allows you to use access mode without pissing the computer off.
     
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