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Those sizes don't make any sense with Awd... You sure the rear isn't a 35 profile? Those sizes sound terrible for the tranfercase.
He has 2WD.

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Re: Road Magnets and Eibach Pro Kit Installed

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He has 2WD.
Lol who buys a 2wd jeep? I guess that makes sense then lol whoops I always assume every jeep is 4x4 !!
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oneandonly5680 I'm a little , is it eibachs in front and road magnets in rear?
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oneandonly5680 I'm a little , is it eibachs in front and road magnets in rear?
No he meant Eibach dampers and road magnet springs.

pinetar what are your thoughts on going this route? Since I have load leveling rear I need to either swap to factory shocks or these eibach dampers which are compatible with the shock mount of the load level oems
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No he meant Eibach dampers and road magnet springs.

Ahhhh, thanks
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Ahhhh, thanks
I was confused too lol so i had to search his old threads to figure it out
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