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Re: Lowered my 2014 JGC Overland today!

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Mine says not for SRT. I just called Eibach and they told me that the only thing I could do is to remove the kit and sell it as "like new".
Huh, I dunno then. How does yours compare to that diesel I just linked to? Does it look lower to you?
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Old 08-12-2014, 12:02 PM
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Re: Lowered my 2014 JGC Overland today!

@pinetar , you are right... that doesn't seem right. I'm running eibachs on my SRT...
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Plenty of pictures and reviews of the road magnets here. Just do a quick search...
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Re: Lowered my 2014 JGC Overland today!

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Huh, I dunno then. How does yours compare to that diesel I just linked to? Does it look lower to you?

I'm going to ask him what he did. His is 4wd but it definitely looks better.


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I'm going to ask him what he did. His is 4wd but it definitely looks better.


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You should definitely ask him, but I don't think he'll know anything different beyond having the Eibachs and getting them installed.

Yours is definitely sitting too high in the back though, that's for sure. Something's off.

Did your Jeep come with load leveling shocks and did you not swap them out for standard leveling shocks? If so, that could be why.
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You should definitely ask him, but I don't think he'll know anything different beyond having the Eibachs and getting them installed.

Yours is definitely sitting too high in the back though, that's for sure. Something's off.

Did your Jeep come with load leveling shocks and did you not swap them out for standard leveling shocks? If so, that could be why.

I didn't even think about the shocks. I didn't think it had anything special on it. I guess I could call the dealer and ask if it has them. I hate to sound like an idiot but I have no clue.


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Re: Lowered my 2014 JGC Overland today!

Okay, I am officially an idiot. It does have load leveling shocks. I guess I need to find out what replacement goes on it. I hate to call Eibach back.


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Re: Lowered my 2014 JGC Overland today!

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Okay, I am officially an idiot. It does have load leveling shocks. I guess I need to find out what replacement goes on it. I hate to call Eibach back.


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I had a feeling that was the problem.

Here are the shocks you need and I think you'll need the upper shock mounts too. You can call and ask Just For Jeeps. Apparently they are very helpful.

Mopar Rear Shocks for 2011-14 Grand Cherokee WK, Item # 68069671AE #68069671AE_2

Rear Upper Shock Mount for Jeep Grand Cherokee WK2, Item # 68029590AE #68029590AE
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Re: Lowered my 2014 JGC Overland today!

Thanks a ton. There's no telling how much money in "like new" parts I'd have laying around.


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Thanks a ton. There's no telling how much money in "like new" parts I'd have laying around.


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