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Has anyone on here put the conversion kit on to replace the air ride system on a suburban or yukon ,If so what brand ,tips or should i just put the air ride setup back on? thanks

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I was looking into this as well. The one kit I found that seemed like a good one was from Arnott Industries. They sell the entire kit, shocks, springs and the sensor overrides.

I have really contemplated doing this because the autoride has been flaking out on my Denali every once in a while. Its probably due for shocks, but they are spendy, then I may still have a problem with the pump. I couldn't even replace the shocks themselves for the cost of this kit.

When I first found the Arnott kit, I thought they would give you money for the autoride components, but the last time I looked I couldn't find reference to that. That would certainly make it more beneficial to do the delete kit if they give you some coin for your old pump and shocks.

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Ordered the arnott kit yesterday , they dont recommend it if youre towing,i said ,i tow a fishing boat probably less than 500 pound tongue weight, they still recommend fixing the air system with that ,i thought well ill try 750 instead of 3000 so ill let ya know how it goes, Everyone i know who has it, has went bad ,and after they fix they go bad in 2 to 3 years again so that made my decision .

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Got it put together thursday ,back was a piece a cake, front not so much, good thing my buddy has a strut machine, i dont think it could be done without it,the ride is awesome ,threw the boat behind it this morning just to try it it seemed just fine although it wasnt packed full of gear for the big v trips.

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