Lowering 2004 yukon Denali w/autoride

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  1. Trashcan

    Trashcan TYF Newbie

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    I want to lower my ‘04 Yukon Denali and still be able to keep the factory autoride. I’d like to go 2/4 any input would be helpful. Also if anyone has a kit for sale let me know. I live in southeast Michigan.
     
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    Ok thanks for the reply tonyrodz
     
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    Mine had the auto ride said screw it and ripped it all out lol I am on NorCalSS 4/6 kit

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    ivin74 05 Yukon Denali

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    I have the 2/4 drop and still riding w the factory autoride. I have the Beltech 2" spindles and 4" Mcgaughys springs. It rides awesome
     
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    Did you have to do anything with the level sensors?
     
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    ivin74 05 Yukon Denali

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    The front ones did not change since the spindle relocates the center of the hub, the rear sensors do have to be modified. All you do is shorten the sensor lenght, I don't recall how much. The springs had the instructuions of how much to shorten them.
     
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    Ok thanks for the input
     

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