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Auto Ride conversion question.


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2003 GMC Yukon Denali, I have had and owned this SUV since 2004 and mainly use it at work. Recently I replaced the Air shocks, compressor pump, and relay and I cant get the compressor pump to kick on. This whole situation has me beat down and the lack of suspension in the rear makes a difficult ride, and results in car sick passengers in the rear.

 

Can I replace the air shocks with the ones that go on a regular Yukon or Tahoe? I could care less if it tells me to "service stability" and I dont want to pay for the conversion kit.

 

Is this possible? Has anyone ever done it?

 

Thanks for the help...

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Go to www.arnottindustries.com and you will find what you are looking for.

 

They sell complete Autoride kits and also sell the conversion kits to go to rear coils and standard shocks.

 

A friend of mine also said that you can use the Bilstein 5100 shocks with their conversion kit.

 

Good luck I just replaced a factory Autoride shock and the price was shocking.. I wish I had known about the arnott products as they are lifetime warranty.

 

Thirdcoast

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Go to www.arnottindustries.com and you will find what you are looking for.

 

They sell complete Autoride kits and also sell the conversion kits to go to rear coils and standard shocks.

 

A friend of mine also said that you can use the Bilstein 5100 shocks with their conversion kit.

 

Good luck I just replaced a factory Autoride shock and the price was shocking.. I wish I had known about the arnott products as they are lifetime warranty.

 

Thirdcoast

That's exactly what I did, but I dont get any power to the pump, but I'm not even sure I'm doing it the correct way.

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Sorry, but I had already had the dealer install a new shock before I found out about Arnott..

 

Have you contacted their customer service dept.? My buddy says they are pretty good about helping solve a problem with their stuff..

 

TC

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