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Re: Quadralift lowering/leveling/lifting Links DIY

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Definately not....
Ours drops lower again once in Entry/Exit mode.
Did you mean with this mod it drops lower than normal?
I meant with the stock settings for all air suspension, the aero, park settings are the same, right?

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Re: Quadralift lowering/leveling/lifting Links DIY

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Did you mean with this mod it drops lower than normal?
I meant with the stock settings for all air suspension, the aero, park settings are the same, right?
Aero/Park are not the same on ours.

Park drops it even lower again.
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Quadralift lowering/leveling/lifting Links DIY

Each Mode is a different height, this is true with Stock Links or DIY Links.

The practical setup for DIY is intended to drop 1 inch from all four corners. This means that regardless of what mode you are in, the height difference is 1 inch from stock links in the same mode.

Note: the DIY links is capable of dropping the vehicle more than 1 inch. This is just an example



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Re: Quadralift lowering/leveling/lifting Links DIY

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I think we need to know what mode you are in for that shot?

Aero?
Entry/Exit?
Park mode. My driveway is uneven, making it look lower.
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Re: Quadralift lowering/leveling/lifting Links DIY

Here's another view on a more level surface (in park mode). I am probably going to lower it a touch more though. The Jeep rides the same for the most part, maybe a bit stiffer but I like it. It seemed to bounce too much before.

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Re: Quadralift lowering/leveling/lifting Links DIY

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Each Mode is a different height, this is true with Stock Links or DIY Links.

The practical setup for DIY is intended to drop 1 inch from all four corners. This means that regardless of what mode you are in, the height difference is 1 inch from stock links in the same mode.

Note: the DIY links is capable of dropping the vehicle more than 1 inch. This is just an example



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It's also a option to lift about 1" with this mod correct?
Thanks for clarifying the stock settings, I was always curious if park and aero were the same.

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Here's another view on a more level surface (in park mode). I am probably going to lower it a touch more though. The Jeep rides the same for the most part, maybe a bit stiffer but I like it. It seemed to bounce too much before.

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Re: Quadralift lowering/leveling/lifting Links DIY

Heres how she sits in park, standard links in the front.

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Re: Quadralift lowering/leveling/lifting Links DIY

Looks good man, digging the wheel color with the white. Thought about getting rid of the rake in mine but wanted to emulate stock as much as possible. Didn't want to adjust the lights down or my fogs either. I'm actually just a little lazy bastard lol


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Re: Quadralift lowering/leveling/lifting Links DIY

front links 5.125 and the rear just a hair under 3. Finally have it after weeks of tinkering around. No error messages anymore yaaay and she sits low.
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Looks great, glad to hear you figured out a acceptable height!
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Re: Quadralift lowering/leveling/lifting Links DIY

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front links 5.125 and the rear just a hair under 3. Finally have it after weeks of tinkering around. No error messages anymore yaaay and she sits low.
what year is that?
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Looks great
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