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    Default Magntic Ride These suspebsions ?

    I found the suspensions so hard on bad roads.... Are these suspension "Magnetic Ride" ?
    Four years a go, I had a Corvette C6 Z51 and this was no so hard...





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    Default yes and yes

    They are magnetic ride controled and they usually gte soft when the fluid leaks out. But the yalso get locked up. Make sure each corner still moves up and down wit hhand pressure to find out if one is locked up.

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