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Old 03-10-2003, 09:20 PM   #1
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Default Select Ride Suspensions?

How does that work? Does it just firm up the rear suspension, or all 4? Just wondering for when it comes time to replace shocks.

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All 4 work by firming up.

The CCR struts are difficult to find; GM doesn't make them anymore, so if you are planning on replacing them with new CCR struts, you might want to start looking now.
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