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I am planing to eliminate EAS as well.

Options are:
Arnott coil kit $750
StrutMasters coil kit $550

If RR is your work vehicle, my opinion is that it would be way more reliable with traditional coil suspension.
 

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Ride can only be better than factory. To me RR feels too soft, and sways around like a boat would, especially when turning a corner at moderate speed. RR is a very heavy vehicle, and inflated airbags just cant hold side-to-side movement as well as traditional springs. Each of the above kits comes with instructions on how to disable the entire EAS system, error messages included. I have not switched yet, but maybe bsolidgold can tell us whats involved in disabling it.
 

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Hmm, interesting....Arnott claims complete disable of the EAS on their site. Have you tried permanently pulling the EAS fuses from the fuse panel? That would disable EAS ECU, I presume.
 
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