Blown and frozen rod didn’t move at all …and no it wasn’t sitting at all I drive it daily a lot more sometimes 1000 -1200 miles weekly depending on we’re I’m working … this is the second time Iv had a Bilstein go bad on me …. I know 50k isn’t crazy mileage on them and yes standard 4600 s
So for anybody that was wondering it was a bad rear shock That caused the truck to lean to one side The rear driver side Bilstein was blown out and frozen replaced all 4 with new ones tho as they had 50k on them
Need help in finding shocks for my 2002 5.3 2wd Escalade ..it has Bilsteins 4600 on it now from many of years ago .. anyway not sure of the part number on them I was open to buying even a cheaper brand if need be .. my prob is with the drop spindles and adj keys in the front and eibach...
Thanks !!! And yea the parking brake cable is the least of my worry’s the big lean is … it’s never been hooked up since I bought the truck .. I donno why it never was I never investigated it because it has 04 or 05 awd caliper swap on it Maybe that’s why it’s not Hooked up
Do those springs look normal ?? Look really compressed but they are eibach lowering springs I’ve been working crazy hours so I haven’t really been able to look but my buddy asked me to take a few pictures for him
Looking for a decent suspension shop in south jersey or Philadelphia anybody have any leads ? Having a issue with mine and don’t know how far I wanna dig into it as I don’t have the time right now as I’m commuting 180 miles a day for work
So now I’m so confused maybe it is leaning to the passenger side But that’s a huge difference Does anybody know how I can find the stock height of an 02 Escalade 2 Wheel Dr ? Just curious because then I can deduct the drop spindles and keys to see what the lower height would be