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Adjustable Lift Rod Question

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Old 12-11-2017, 01:58 PM
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Hey all. I have ordered an adjustable lift rod set from a company in San Antonio. I am not yet ready to install new tires and such but I really want to level the front of my 2010 LR4 on the stock tires. Do you see any reason why I can't adjust the rears to as minimal lift as possible then the fronts 1.5" longer to achieve a more leveled look vs. installing them as 2.5" the way the come?


Will I get any suspension height errors if I mess with the front vs. the back height? Just curious what thoughts are out there.
 
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Old 12-11-2017, 04:25 PM
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Return the rods and buy an IID tool.

You can adjust the suspension down to the millimeter. level it how you describe, multiple memory settings, etc.

Plus the tool does a million other things.
 
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Old 12-16-2017, 08:56 PM
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Agree...they pop up for about $325-$350 from time to time used. $34 to transfer license to you truck’s VIN.
 
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Old 11-03-2018, 01:41 AM
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DavC,

Question 1: Do you know if use of a GAP IDD diagnostic programmer to adjust Land Rover default EAS (Electronic Air Suspension Control) settings affect the OEM Warranty? YES/NO/UNCONFIRMED? I ask as I suspect if questioning Land Rover directly, they will tell me any such adjustment or resetting of the Manufacturer's Default height settings could/would void the OEM warranty. I plan to ask that very question to my LR Dealer this coming week when I take the vehicle in for some warranty repairs and may even ask them to adjust the settings if they take no exception to what I'm wanting to accomplish.

Question 2: Is it safe to assume that any such new settings will remain "at the desired setting" unless re-programmed (i.e. such as in the event of a EAS fault or Land Rover Service Technical re-set or re-fresh of the ECU)? YES/NO/UNCONFIRMED?
 

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