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2004 Chevy Corvette Suspension Systems

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Bilstein Heavy Duty Shocks & Struts Reviews

Smooth and Stable!

Reviewed By Brad K (Hartsville, SC) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Corvette —6/17/2013 9:00 AM

My Tahoe suffered from the "bouncies"! Pavement undulations, seams, frost heaves, etc. were all too noticeable and made the Tahoe's ride less than enjoyable. Even unsafe(my opinion) at times. The Bilsteins changed all that. Smooth and Stable, that's the deal here. Now the Tahoe performs the way GM intended. Worth every penny. Please note: have these front shocks installed by a shop. The springs have to be disassembled and compressed for installation. Cost me $120 for the install.

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KONI Sport Yellow Shocks & Struts Reviews

Koni adjustables

Reviewed By Michael M (MARIETTA, GA) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Corvette —2/24/2011 7:09 AM

Needed to replace 1 Koni on my Z06 used for SCCA Solo events, so decided to put a new pair on the front. Got quick delivery on the shocks, then install went pretty quick as I've done this multiple times. The Koni's feel better than stock on the road to me, more positive responses. And on Solo courses and tracks they are a huge difference. Great shock for the money with the ability to adjust.

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Air Lift Air Bag Suspension Kit Reviews

Works as described

Reviewed By Todd L (Odenton, MD) Reviewed for a 1974 Chevy Corvette —6/9/2011 7:31 AM

I am very impressed with the quality of the Airlift 1000 for my 04 Yukon XL. I did not follow the installation directions exactly as described in the manual. I did not need to trim 1" off the top stop as mentioned. I attached the airline to the air bag and threaded the airline through the provided spacer and routed the line as I wanted it. I then followed the directions for folding the bag to be installed into the spring. To keep the airbag deflated and as small as possible, I used a vacuum pump attached to the airline. It was quite easy to install this way. Once in the spring, I disconnected the vacuum and the bag expanded to its natural form. Any deviation was fixed my adding a little air. I used the "tee" method for the inflation of the system to maintain an even pressure in each of the bags. Just as advertised, the bags reduce roll and when towing my 20' trailer, the Yukon rides level with ~30psi. Highly satisfied.

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