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Eibach pro lift install

i like it, found a deal on ebay for $775... but i think i would add the TJ 0.75" spacer in the rear. it looks a bit saggy in the rear, maybe its just me.


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Eibach pro lift install

That's exactly how I would do the install. Matter of fact, that's the exact procedure I followed when I installed my WK lift kit.

One helpful hint, pre soak all of those joints, nuts/bolts with PB blaster a few days prior then re-soak again the night before. It will save you a lot of aggravation during disassembly.


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Re: Eibach pro lift install

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One helpful hint, pre soak all of those joints, nuts/bolts with PB blaster a few days prior then re-soak again the night before. It will save you a lot of aggravation during disassembly.
Thanks, I'll do that. Do you use thread locker (Loc-tite) when mounting the shock nuts & bolts and other suspension bolts? I don't see it mentioned in jeepgarage posts, but all the youtube howtos (generic car instructions) use it. I thought about just using the medium grade loc-tite for good measure.
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