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Eibach Lowering kit

Regarding the Eibach lowering kit...the website says its for the 2011-12 WK2 2wd and 4wd grand cherokee. But it says its still in development. Still on the fence on whether I would actually lower a 4wd wk2.

Anyone one else have any ideas on springs? Maybe new 2012 SRT8 springs?
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Re: Eibach Lowering kit

Makes no sense to lower a 4WD at all, whether it's a Jeep, SUV, or a truck
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Makes no sense to lower a 4WD at all, whether it's a Jeep, SUV, or a truck

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Re: Eibach Lowering kit

Eibach is taking forever to get this kit out!
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Re: Eibach Lowering kit

well the 4x4 was purchased for more of a better in the rain whenever I drive somewhere it snows sort of thing. 100+ degrees for 5 months out of the year here and its a Grand cherokee, it doesnt go off road. My Lowered STI did just fine in the snow living in Silverthorne CO.

but to each his own.

isnt the SRT 8 low and awd?
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