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Load Leveling shocks retrofit - Laredo

Hammerspoon message me I have a set for sale off my brand new 2015 grand Cherokee. They are in perfect condition only have 1,000 miles on them.

Includes hardware, top mounts, and load level shocks. I have everything you need for the conversion. These will fit 2011-2015+ wk2's


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do you still have those self levelling hardware ?
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do you still have those self levelling hardware ?
Sorry they sold a little while back
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I don't know why one would want to pay that much for a clunky-thunk in your trunk. I wish I didn't have them (although they did work nicely when I had 20 bags of topsoil behind the rear seat).
"clunky-thunk"??
What is this you speak of?
I've never heard anything from my load leveling shocks.
Love them when I load up the rear for vacation up north.
Drive a couple miles and the rear end is back up where it belongs so I don't have to worry about blinding oncoming traffic because the ass-end is sagging.
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"clunky-thunk"??
What is this you speak of?
I've never heard anything from my load leveling shocks.
Love them when I load up the rear for vacation up north.
Drive a couple miles and the rear end is back up where it belongs so I don't have to worry about blinding oncoming traffic because the ass-end is sagging.
Mine never clunked either or made a noise period. You guys with clunks and rattles need to get to a dealership that isn't the norm.
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Re: Load Leveling shocks retrofit - Laredo

I have a 2011 wk2 with the load leveling shocks. I don't really tow anything so I was think about just thinking about getting non load leveling shocks to save some money when I replace the shocks. What would I all need to do this? Just standard shocks and new non-load leveling mounts?
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I What would I all need to do this? Just standard shocks and new non-load leveling mounts?

Yep, that's all you need.

I chose to order duplicates of everything (dust boots, bump stops, upper strut mount plates and all the hardware used to install them) so now all I have to do is unbolt my LL shock assembly and bolt in the new standard shocks.

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Here is a pic of my non-load leveling shock assembly all ready to get installed (top nut torque spec is 37 ft/lbs) :

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Aaaaaand I don't have LL shocks as it turns out lol


Anyone need a complete set of Non-Load leveling factory shocks + mounts and all hardware ready to ship? then check out my post in the FS forum.


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Re: Load Leveling shocks retrofit - Laredo

Did anyone ever confirm if 68029552AE is a part number for SLS / Load Leveling shocks? I have searched on both forums and I have found a straight answer yet, and the dealership hasn't been much help.
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Re: Load Leveling shocks retrofit - Laredo

What do the load leveling shocks look like compared to the non-load leveling?
I just got a 2012 GC V8 4x4. It was pre-wired for towing so I added a hitch and had the wiring activated. What would you guys say my capacity is up to without the LL shocks/Alternator/Radiator? What do you think each of those components would add?

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