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    Forum Member H.O. Driver's Avatar
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    Default Denali Air ride replacement

    I have been looking at doing a passive shock/strut replacement on my wife's Denali. I have looked at a few replacement setups and a lot of the reviews say they are too bouncy for daily driving and I pull a camper a lot with the truck.

    Are there any good options, have any of you guys done a passive swap or should I just suck it up and buy OEM replacement and a new compressor?

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    Couldn’t you just get the parts for a Yukon or suburban Non air ride and add some helper bags for towing needs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikesfastss View Post
    Couldn’t you just get the parts for a Yukon or suburban Non air ride and add some helper bags for towing needs?
    I thought of that, but I would be running the same price as the air ride replacement parts at that point. Since the air ride will self level I wouldn't have to mess with the air bags at all. Both ways it will be about $400 if I do helper bags. Just seeing what is the best way to go since electronics are good at failing in salt winter conditions

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