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Old 12-22-2016, 09:14 AM   #1
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Salt Lake City suspension shops??

Hey Folks,

Anyone know a reliable suspension shop in SLC? I need to level a 09 Quigley E350 EB. . .

And yes I added the RIP already which made a huge difference, and no I don't want to add airbags. Had AB's on a f350 dually and 3500 dually both with Lance and then Bigfoot slide-ins.

Thanks for the help and guidance as always!

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Old 12-22-2016, 09:33 AM   #2
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I would talk to Agile, as they will have more more info on what would work that any place in Salt Lake. Then, ask John to ship whatever parts and you can have anyone install them.
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I had a rear leaf added to mine at AAA Spring in SLC. I was happy with their work. If you do this you might need to replace the rear shocks as well depending on how much lift you need to level it.
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I had a rear leaf added to mine at AAA Spring in SLC. I was happy with their work. If you do this you might need to replace the rear shocks as well depending on how much lift you need to level it.
I had AAA add a leaf and re-arch my rear springs on my Quigley. Great service and have been very happy with their work.
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Agreed, had AAA work up an add a leaf and mild re-arch to help my sagging '01 RB50 Quigley 6-7 yrs ago. Good spring shop.
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Yeah when I ran a towing company I took care of 7 trucks. I used AAA and Best Deal either one is great. Take it in and show them what you have and what you want done either can build you a custom spring pack or add a leaf to make it the perfect setup.
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Old 12-23-2016, 08:52 AM   #7
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Thanks Folks. . . I reached out to Agile in 2014 post the RIP install. As always their answers were solution based and in the end we decided to let the front springs break in a little. When i was ready to do the actual conversion they suggested to start with the rear springs and that any reputable shop could help. I contacted AAA and awaiting their reply.

once complete i'll post before / after pictures. . .
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