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Installed belltech drop struts on my 09 awd. Did the single smaller spacer intending for a 31.5 drop but ended up at 30.5 instead. So... What's up with that? I can take them apart to add the extra spacer, but seems kinda odd that I ended up with a totally different ride height than I should have.
 

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I have 1 small 1 large collar and I believe I'm at 31.5, 08 awd

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Installed belltech drop struts on my 09 awd. Did the single smaller spacer intending for a 31.5 drop but ended up at 30.5 instead. So... What's up with that? I can take them apart to add the extra spacer, but seems kinda odd that I ended up with a totally different ride height than I should have.
Keeping an eye on this thread..I also have a 09 AWD and purchased the 31.5 kit..😳🤔
 

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Do you have stock size tires? I only ask, because that can throw off the measurement. You might need to look at part numbers, may be incorrect springs.

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Stock size tires. I need to replace a rear ride height sensor because It broke so my rear bags are totally deflated, but I doubt that's going to make much difference.
 

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Stock size tires. I need to replace a rear ride height sensor because It broke so my rear bags are totally deflated, but I doubt that's going to make much difference.
I recommend getting the metal threaded rod replacements. I bought a set of them and they worked great. You could even make your own. Search this forum for more exact details.
 
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