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Eibach Pro Damper shocks..Load level?

Hi all,,

Im planning on getting the road Mag mid level springs for my 15 Limited 5.7 (has tow package)...

My question is im going to swap out the shoacks for the Eiback Pro damper set...but after some reading on here about "load leveling " should I get the Eiback set for tow vehicle ones or the set for without tow?

I do NOT want load leveling when I put the springs in..

will the the non tow package Eibach work in my Jeep being it has tow package?

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Hi all,,

Im planning on getting the road Mag mid level springs for my 15 Limited 5.7 (has tow package)...

My question is im going to swap out the shoacks for the Eiback Pro damper set...but after some reading on here about "load leveling " should I get the Eiback set for tow vehicle ones or the set for without tow?

I do NOT want load leveling when I put the springs in..

will the the non tow package Eibach work in my Jeep being it has tow package?

Thanks!


******edit damm I put in wrong section !! sorry
Whats so difficult to understand about this? If you have the tow package you order the pro damper set for the tow package.

The pro dampers do not load balance in either case.
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Whats so difficult to understand about this? If you have the tow package you order the pro damper set for the tow package.

The pro dampers do not load balance in either case.
yea I GOT IT

Not diffucult.to understand but thanks for asking
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yea I GOT IT

Not diffucult.to understand but thanks for asking
Shoulda just done rear non load level oem conversion and saved a nice chunk
Of change though.
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Shoulda just done rear non load level oem conversion and saved a nice chunk
Of change though.
Yea I was confused about the mounts on both..its not a done deal yet..so I may still do it that way..although the full set of 4 eibach is not that expensive. I guess.
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Eibach Pro Damper shocks..Load level?

Stay with stock dampers if you want a stock ride. The eibachs will stiffen it up some. I did the conversion over to non load level shocks myself since I wanted to lower. Shocks and mounts for the rear were 200 shipped all together


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