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Re: Lowering advice

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RRO sells a leveling kit for the front just a spacer to have it sit even. Srt springs sit lower just slightly. Not sure if it would work. Do you have load leveling shocks with tow package?

No I don't have the tow package.


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Lowering advice

I have LL Shocks and no tow package. I'm pretty sure most Altitudes have LL's. Easiest way to find out is crawl under you rig and get the part number on the shock body. That's what I did.

LL part# 68039660AA


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Re: Lowering advice

He doesn't have an altitude its a limited. But either way yes you can never be sure u less you visually check the part number on the rear shock


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He doesn't have an altitude its a limited. But either way yes you can never be sure u less you visually check the part number on the rear shock


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For leveling:

http://www.rocky-road.com/jeep-wk2-leveling-kit.html
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