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Re: Eibach Allterrain Lift Kit WK2

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Digging this one up - any updates?

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Digging this one up - any updates?

Still shopping for a lift!
Yes, I'd like to know more too… Somone on another forum said he had vibrations after installing the Eibach All Terrain. I don't know why that would be. I don't think 2" in front and .5" in the back is too much for the drive line.

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Eibach Allterrain Lift Kit WK2

Lifting WK2's is like supercharging a Prius. You guys got it all wrong... Lol go the other direction


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Lifting WK2's is like supercharging a Prius. You guys got it all wrong... Lol go the other direction


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Sweet 2 inch lift ... Buy the right type of jeep if you want to lift something.
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Old 02-15-2016, 08:42 PM
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Re: Eibach Allterrain Lift Kit WK2

Thanks for the banter guys - but any real info?
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Re: Eibach Allterrain Lift Kit WK2

My kit is on the way so should have that in pretty soon. I'll try and remember to report back afterwards.
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Re: Eibach Allterrain Lift Kit WK2

Anyone try this on the 2015 Diesel platform yet? They don't list it for that version but I noticed other companies have the same lift/part number for both the gas and diesel versions.
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Re: Eibach Allterrain Lift Kit WK2

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Anyone try this on the 2015 Diesel platform yet? They don't list it for that version but I noticed other companies have the same lift/part number for both the gas and diesel versions.
The Diesel weighs more than the V6/V8, so you might get less than the advertised 2" front lift. Rear will prob be the same. OME and Dobinsons offer different springs with taller free heights and higher spring rates to compensate, but Eibach (and RRO) only have 1 option.
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Sweet 2 inch lift ... Buy the right type of jeep if you want to lift something.
The JK will never be as comfortable on mild expedition trail rides as the WK2. I can see a want for both. The WK2 has many purposes. Maybe not elite rock crawler, but it's capable enough for off road. Don't hate, appreciate. I love both my Jeeps.

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Re: Eibach Allterrain Lift Kit WK2

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The Diesel weighs more than the V6/V8, so you might get less than the advertised 2" front lift. Rear will prob be the same. OME and Dobinsons offer different springs with taller free heights and higher spring rates to compensate, but Eibach (and RRO) only have 1 option.
I cant imagine that it would be that much heaver than the V8 version. I can seem to find the curb weight for the V8... Anyone know it?
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