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Will they fit right on on my Laredo and will it be reliable?

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They should. People put the srt springs on them all the time, and the eibachs are just a little lower. Any suspension parts from a non quadralift jeep will fit on another non quadralift jeep. Meaning srt suspension parts will swap over to a Laredo or limited and so on

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My SRT rear springs stiffened the ride up just enough. Not sure why you'd want anything stiffer.


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Re: Lowering Springs Help

I got an SRT set from THEIFNDNIGHT. and will put the rears first this coming weekend to check how stiff it is.
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Re: Lowering Springs Help

FWIW I put my stock SRT Springs in my mother in laws v6 grand cherokee and it's pretty stiff. Almost to the point where I'm surprised she doesn't complain about it. I enjoy throwing it around though
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They should. People put the srt springs on them all the time, and the eibachs are just a little lower. Any suspension parts from a non quadralift jeep will fit on another non quadralift jeep. Meaning srt suspension parts will swap over to a Laredo or limited and so on
So the Eibachs is lower than the SRT's, do that also mean stiffer?

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So the Eibachs is lower than the SRT's, do that also mean stiffer?

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The eibachs are a progressive rate spring, this means the further its compressed the higher (stiffer) the spring rate become. At the top end of their spring rates they are stiffer then the srt springs
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Re: Lowering Springs Help

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I have to agree with Scott here, I run the hybrid set up as well and you are really low in the rear. Maybe you made the same mistake most of us have and put the front springs in the rear? I ran the stock front springs in the rear and eibachs on the front for a bit. Liked the look bur the front springs can't bear much load in the rear
Your probably right but i used this as a reference
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im very happy with the ride and the look but im not sure what setup im running.
You guys really "F" me up with this one i rip it all apart this is the front & rear spring.
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The eibachs are a progressive rate spring, this means the further its compressed the higher (stiffer) the spring rate become. At the top end of their spring rates they are stiffer then the srt springs
Cool, I think I gonna go with the Eibachs, is it something else I need to get or is that all I need?

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Cool, I think I gonna go with the Eibachs, is it something else I need to get or is that all I need?

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I'd recommend pairing them up with a shock like bilstien 4600. They can handle being lower then the stock shocks can. Being lower on factory shocks can wear them out faster
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im very happy with the ride and the look but im not sure what setup im running.
You guys really "F" me up with this one i rip it all apart this is the front & rear spring.
You have the right spring in the rear, what are the part numbers?
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