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16 slt vrs denali suspension

Discussion in 'Street Suspension' started by jimr5454, Dec 1, 2019.

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  1. jimr5454

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    Slt premium suspension ride vrs denali
    Ride im looking a 16 slt and 16 denali is the slt premium suspen as good or close to the denali and in the long runwhich will serve me better have.
    The denali does ride a hair better bit concerned
    Repair cist and mostly which will be more likely to last the longest before needing replacemant.?
     
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    I believe they are the same...

    The front struts on my wifes denali lasted about 65-70k miles, then one locked up.
     
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    The SLT suspension is different than the Denali. Denali should have standard equipped magnetic ride control suspension where as the SLT doesn’t.
     
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    What kind of money qas it to repair..
     
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    you can look at oem shock and strut prices on rockauto, both are easy to DIY, dealer will rip you a new one for them.
     
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    yea, i wanna say to replace with oem type units was roughly $3-400 a piece. From reading up on forums, the dealer charges about $1500-2000 to replace them both.

    I didnt go with factory replacements. I went with fox 2.0 units, to the tune of nearly $1000. They are not electronic shocks though, so you have to get sims from a company like xineering. These are the ones I went with...

    http://www.xineering.com/
     

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