Revel Performance lift links for air ride suspension

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I got my Revel links this week so I have my Saturday project ready to go. I want to raise the front but also lower the back a little. From the instructions, it looks like I need to shorten the links, front and rear to accomplish this. Correct?
 

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I got my Revel links this week so I have my Saturday project ready to go. I want to raise the front but also lower the back a little. From the instructions, it looks like I need to shorten the links, front and rear to accomplish this. Correct?
Agree - that is correct
 

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Just installed the links and I'm very happy with the outcome. I raised the front and lowered the rear. Went through all 5 settings and no error codes. I'm happy with the ride in Normal but I have the Daystar spacers and will eventually install them as well. Overall I'm very satified.
 

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I really don’t get the lower the rear thing but each to there own man
 

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Go with 35x12.5s. I went with the Toyo RTs due to the treadwear warranty and overall performance but the Nittos are very nice as well. Toyo and Nitto are sister companies.
 

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Front spacers and links go on Monday morning.. then it's time to decide on a 22" tire


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Pre-op front and rear, normal ride height, stock 22s.. about 37.25 and 39




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Btw, I know most people have been using a large screwdriver to pop off the links but if you have a tool like this, it makes things super easy and you’re less likely to break something.




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It's decision time and I need yalls advise. If I use the Daystar spacers and front revel links to raise the front 1.5 inches, would I be able to go with the 285/55r22s (34.6x11.7) ridge grapplers?
I'm ok with light trimming


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Just installed the links and I'm very happy with the outcome. I raised the front and lowered the rear. Went through all 5 settings and no error codes. I'm happy with the ride in Normal but I have the Daystar spacers and will eventually install them as well. Overall I'm very satified.
Did you tweak them or installed them as they were set? That’s exactly the look I’m after.
 

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Did you tweak them or installed them as they were set? That’s exactly the look I’m after.
I had an idea of how much to shorten them based on the discussions here and they shipped close to it so I popped them on as is and it worked out great. I might raise the rear a touch but I'm pretty happy where she sits right now. Here's a better pic than the last one.

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I had an idea of how much to shorten them based on the discussions here and they shipped close to it so I popped them on as is and it worked out great. I might raise the rear a touch but I'm pretty happy where she sits right now. Here's a better pic than the last one.

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Nice. Think I’ll order a set and try them. Any member discounts out there or cheaper places to buy other than their website?
 

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Installed today. Front Daystar spacers and revel links. Time to go tire shopping





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Did you install the Daystar spacers yourself or have them done at a shop? What was the cost to get that done if you don't mind my asking. Thanks.


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Did you install the Daystar spacers yourself or have them done at a shop? What was the cost to get that done if you don't mind my asking. Thanks.


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Went to a local shop recommended by another place that didn't work on air suspension. Charged $300 for installing front links, spacers and rear sway.. great deal IMO


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