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Nope, most Altitudes have LL's and tow harness pre installed, regardless of tow group option or not.
custom orders don't

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custom orders don't

MOST.... I never said all

Yet to see a '14 or '15 Altitude that doesn't have LL's and tow harness pre installed.


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Road magnet front n rear and eibach pro kit installed. Not for the wheel well gap fans lol.
How much did this run you?
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Re: Lowering The jeep

I am looking at the Road Magnet Site and it looks to be $445. I just dont know what number to put under quantity. If i put 1, does it bring all 4 springs? Also, aside from this, what else is needed? Ive read way earlier in this thread about Eibachs. IDK tho.
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I am looking at the Road Magnet Site and it looks to be $445. I just dont know what number to put under quantity. If i put 1, does it bring all 4 springs? Also, aside from this, what else is needed? Ive read way earlier in this thread about Eibachs. IDK tho.

Dude check black ops auto works for the springs that's too much. yes it's all 4 springs. Get new shocks while ur at it because the factory ones will blow out in 300 miles on road magnets. Bilstiens or eibach pro kit seem to be the best bet for shocks the will run about 500 on top of the cost of the springs.

All in all plan to spend ~1,500 with springs, shocks, install, and alignment.


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Thanks for the info bro. Now i know exactly how much this mod will run me and i can plan/save more accurately.
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Re: Lowering The jeep

Im selling my road magnets and bilstien rears with mounts if any one is interested. I had the load leveling and replaced them fine. I dont get rub at all but have never towed with them.
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Re: Lowering The jeep

Will it fit on a 2015? How much are u selling for?

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Im selling my road magnets and bilstien rears with mounts if any one is interested. I had the load leveling and replaced them fine. I dont get rub at all but have never towed with them.
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Im selling my road magnets and bilstien rears with mounts if any one is interested. I had the load leveling and replaced them fine. I dont get rub at all but have never towed with them.
I'm interested how much?
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Re: Lowering The jeep

Sorry Mike,
I didnt see this first. I sold the jeep with all the suspension on it.
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Re: Lowering The jeep

I have either a set of Road Magnet Mids, Eibach Pro Dampers (for V6 with tow package), and BORA 1.25 wheel adapters for sale OR a set of factory Altitude tow package springs and shocks (including load leveling rear shocks). Opportunity presented it self for a different car so I am selling the Altitude. Have only had lowering components in for 3 months. Have been great for the look of the stance and handling since I have done it, just don't need to sell extra parts with the Jeep. PM me if interested in either set.
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