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Eibach Lift Installation?

I ordered the Eibach All Terrain Lift Kit last week. It should be here by mid May. I don't have any experience working on suspensions, so I need to have it installed. It's basically, just replacing the struts and springs all around. The back are no big deal, but the fronts will require a spring compressor and swapping parts from the OEM struts to the Eibach struts.

What would be a fair price to pay for something like this?

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Re: Eibach Lift Installation?

I paid ~$250 for front and back ($150 front), but I bought my tires/wheels from them too. I would expect it to cost $300-400, but I don't know as much as some on this forum.

I'd do the back myself and let a shop do the front for $150-200. You'll find out that the front will take a lot longer than anyone expects so you might as well let it be the shop that takes the hit after you've already settled on the price of the install. After warning the shop about the shocks being pretty long I dropped my Jeep off at noon and the shop said it would be done by 5pm...it was ready the next day at 5pm.
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