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Re: Bilstein 4600/Eibach lowering springs.....

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Maybe with the v6 springs. I did srt eibachs and achieved over 2 inches of drop on my v6 Laredo. Granted I have a wk1 but maybe the same principle applies here...

It doesn't. There is zero relation between the suspension of a WK to a WK2. The eibach's don't drop the rear at all even on the SRT's. While the ride might be nice why spend all the money when you could actually improve looks as well with the road magnets. Unless Eibach releases a new kit they aren't even worth looking at on the WK2's.


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It doesn't. There is zero relation between the suspension of a WK to a WK2. The eibach's don't drop the rear at all even on the SRT's. While the ride might be nice why spend all the money when you could actually improve looks as well with the road magnets. Unless Eibach releases a new kit they aren't even worth looking at on the WK2's.

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I know there's no correlation between the two. It was worth a thought tho as the two (srt vs non srt wk2) have different sprung rates
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