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Old 04-27-2012, 10:08 AM
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Quadra-Lift height sensor link part numbers?

Hi All,

I'm curious if I can buy the links for the Quadra-Lift suspension height sensors from the factory, hopefully without having to purchase the sensors.

I want to do a little "experimenting" with them and it would be useful to have a set I can tweak without tampering with the ones on the Jeep.

I've looked at a bunch of the online oem part catalogs with no luck. I really don't want to go to the local dealer because I'd prefer they don't know what I'm thinking

Does anyone know the part numbers or if they are even available individually?

Any info would be appreciated.

Here's a pic from Milous' WK2 site for reference.

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Old 04-27-2012, 10:57 AM
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Re: Quadra-Lift height sensor link part numbers?

I dunno, the following 2011 parts book page is the only on that mentions height sensors. Does not show separate parts. The suspension parts pages don't show the sensors.
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Old 04-27-2012, 11:06 AM
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Re: Quadra-Lift height sensor link part numbers?

Yeah, that's what I was finding too.

I was thinking about some subtle level tweaks using these adjustable links:

http://www.adjustableairride.com/index.php

But I thought I might be able to do it in a less costly way before dropping the coin - assuming that the ML or GL links would work...

UPDATE: I'm an impatient puppy with no finacial sense.

I checked with john@adjustableairride.com and he have fitment fot the 2011+ jeeps :^) They are not on his web site yet but they can be ordered by calling him directly.

I'm not lowering it to the ground, just maybe a 3/4" drop with a bit more in the back to level it out.
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Re: Quadra-Lift height sensor link part numbers?

Hey I realize this post is a year old... I just shortened mine for the rear by .25 of an inch and effectively got the back end to sit about .5 - .625 lower so now it is close to the height of the front.

I found a good way to make them adjustable but unfortunately I can't find the link arm part number, only the part # for the whole sensor which sells for around $80 each.

Were you able to find the link rods?
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Re: Quadra-Lift height sensor link part numbers?

I wanted to bump this as it is now on his website:

http://www.adjustableairride.com/PDF/jeep.pdf

His price is ridiculous, I think I'm going to make these myself.

Mods need to move this to the suspension section.
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Re: Quadra-Lift height sensor link part numbers?

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I wanted to bump this as it is now on his website:

http://www.adjustableairride.com/PDF/jeep.pdf

His price is ridiculous, I think I'm going to make these myself.

Mods need to move this to the suspension section.
Those instructions are for a Jeep Cherokee. However I didn't know the Cherokee was offered with air suspension. I just hate it when people say Cherokee when in fact they mean Grand Cherokee. Just plain lazy.
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Re: Quadra-Lift height sensor link part numbers?

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Yeah, that's what I was finding too.

I was thinking about some subtle level tweaks using these adjustable links:

Adjustable Air Ride

But I thought I might be able to do it in a less costly way before dropping the coin - assuming that the ML or GL links would work...

UPDATE: I'm an impatient puppy with no finacial sense.

I checked with john@adjustableairride.com and he have fitment fot the 2011+ jeeps :^) They are not on his web site yet but they can be ordered by calling him directly.

I'm not lowering it to the ground, just maybe a 3/4" drop with a bit more in the back to level it out.
Sorry to redirect this, but did you ever install these? How are they doing? Did you need an alignment?
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Re: Quadra-Lift height sensor link part numbers?

I wonder if you could use these to also raise the ride height, instead of lower it. Hmm... very cheap suspension lift if so. Although, you'd probably never be able to use ORII without blowing the bag.
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