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I have been reading a lot on here about putting 35's on and switching the sensor links. So today I finally had to time to try it out, I first went down and had the 35's put on this morning and had no problems with them fitting and they drove around town just fine.
Just a little bit ago I put it in arrow mode and swapped the links and I am really happy with the ride and look.

Sometime this week I will make some custom links to the correct lengths that I have read about but for now I am really happy with it. :)
 

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No error messages? I tried swapping my links and I got the "service air suspension" message. I since than decided to make my own adjustable front link and it has been fine ever since though.
 

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Nope. From what I read if you switch them while in arrow mode and don't try and change the ride height you wont get the error message.
 

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Yes. I drove it around for most the day with no issues and switched the links when I got home that night.
 

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Yup Lots of good wheeling around Utah. We went and playing in the snow in the Jeeps today.
Nice! I have a Jeep, too. I'm only a state away (Colorado) but I love going to Utah. We were there last fall (Duck Creek Village/Bryce/Zion areas) but I have a passion for the southeast desert/canyonlands, ie, Moab/Lake Powell areas. Too much fun to be had down there!
 

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hi
im a little new to this
what do you mean by swapping the links?
can i just swap my 33'' stock to 35'' without any modifications ?
if yes,what brand would you recomand ?
tanks in advance for the education -)
 

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How much of a difference does it make to swap the links in terms of leveling the truck? Does it affect the ride at all? Does the suspension get firmer or anything? I have zero experience with suspension stuff, but it looks like a easy swap to help level the truck? I don't have bigger tires, so don't need the extra space, but wondered if anyone else did this just to help level the look? thanks for the help, guys.
 

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I think that swapping just causes both ends of the truck to raise a bit more. The way the system is set up, one end of the truck raises by shortening the link, and the other end does the opposite. If you want to level the truck differently, then you should probably make a set of adjustable links. You can buy adjustable links but the companies making them are charging ludicrous amounts for them. Or you can make your own for about 1/5 the price.
 

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hi
im a little new to this
what do you mean by swapping the links?
can i just swap my 33'' stock to 35'' without any modifications ?
if yes,what brand would you recomand ?
tanks in advance for the education -)
You pop the links off the front, and put them on the back, and vice versa.

Guys have found you can put 315/70r17 tires on without rubbing, they are 34.5" tall (usually). 35x12.5's start to rub in turns, depending on the tire.

There are tons of posts about this in various threads in the forum that make good reading.
 

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Is there any updates for guys that have left the links swapped for a long period of time? If you swap them in aero mode it doesn't cause errors but if you swap them in normal mode it caused errors?
 
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