Has anyone tried the adjustable ride height sensor links (if equipped with Air Ride)?

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Phatjoe

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Hi,

I have a Yukon Denali Ultimate. I'm looking to level/lift it just a little bit. Possibly add 33-34" tires that are 11.0 - 11.5" wide. Nothing crazy, just a little bump to what it looks like now.
Has anyone tried the adjustable ride height sensor links? Any issues? Do you like the ride after the installation? Here is a link to the product (I'm not endorsing just sharing what I found). Thanks

Adjustable Ride Height Links
 

JR09country

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I used similar links on my Tahoe and raised it roughly 1". It seems to be a slightly former ride, and I would emphasize just slightly. Pretty happy at the price point and ease of install.
 

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All you need to do is swap the factory links front and rear. No need to buy anything. Takes ten minutes and gave me at least 2.5". My neighbor showed me and he has 2956020 (33.9"). Minor rubbing. He had to trim small sections of the wheel well fabric and a little trimming on the under valence. It looks great. I hope they don't mind that I grabbed a screenshot.

I am thinking I'll go with 285/65/20. That will give me 34.6" tall and 11.2" wide. The 295/60/20 required trimming at 11.6" wide so I'm hoping that little less width with the right offset will save my bacon. However, being that it is .7" taller, that may cause rubbing too as it increases the radius from the hub. Will report back at some point.
 

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Jaylowe12399

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All you need to do is swap the factory links front and rear. No need to buy anything. Takes ten minutes and gave me at least 2.5". My neighbor showed me and he has 2956020 (33.9"). Minor rubbing. He had to trim small sections of the wheel well fabric and a little trimming on the under valence. It looks great. I hope they don't mind that I grabbed a screenshot.

I am thinking I'll go with 285/65/20. That will give me 34.6" tall and 11.2" wide. The 295/60/20 required trimming at 11.6" wide so I'm hoping that little less width with the right offset will save my bacon. However, being that it is .7" taller, that may cause rubbing too as it increases the radius from the hub. Will report back at some point.
Did the 286/65/20 work?
 
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I'm using the adjustable links on my suburban. When it was stock I measured the normal ride height then the "lifted height setting". When i installed the links i adjusted them so now my Normal height is lifted height setting. Rides a little stiffer. I didn't get a alignment but the tires are wearing down so you will need a alignment after you install them.
 

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