- apologies for the delay. Just feel "caught-up" and what do you know, snowing again.
I spoke with Fox, and they were informative. More than I thought they would be; but perhaps that's because my Cognito branded Fox 2.0 adjustable coilovers are now no longer being sold. Cognito offering 4" and 6" specific for their kits now.
Anyways, they told me that the Front Fox.0 IFP Adj. coilovers (4-6" lift) are shipped from the factory preset at 6". I had mine brought down from factory for sure. Not 100% sure where they came down to. I had that written down but now can't find details. I want to say something like 1/2" on the preload = 1" ride height change to the vehicle. Forget how many turns equals 1/2"...
That being said, my gut says I'm somewhere around 4-4.5" inch ride height realization from the Fox coilovers.
They also told me
that the springs are produced by Eibach, and are rated 600 lbs. Travel was 4.89"; not sure if she was referring to the shock or the actual coil.
Measurements (it was cold, had a pretty shaky time getting the hub to fender measurements) Also have the z71 rear springs installed on my '15 Tahoe.
Front: 41 3/4" - ground to fender lip
approx. 25 1/4" - hub center to fender lip
Rear: 41 5/8" - ground to fender lip
approx. 25 3/4" - hub center to fender lip
Compared to your supplied 2015 GMC Yukon XL measurements:
Front: I look to be avg. of about 4" ride height increase
Rear: 3" ride height increase
My original measurements on my 2015 Tahoe LTZ with Max Tow rear springs and Magneride shocks at all 4 corners:
Front: 34 3/4" - ground to fender lip
Rear: 36 3/4'" - ground to fender lip
Any updates on your new valving with the ADS coilovers?