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Level SRT (think I posted this in the wrong spot before) =/

I apologize if this is posted somewhere already, but I have searched this forum, google, and visted a few local shops. My question is if there is an easy way to simply level my 07 jeep srt8. I dont want to drop the front anymore just the rear to level. If possible I would actually prefer to bring up the front to level. But either way would be nice. Again, I am not willing to lower the front anymore at all. Thank you very much if anyone can point me in right direction!
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Re: Level SRT (think I posted this in the wrong spot before) =/

The only way you'll have a leveled stance is with the Bwoody springs which will lower your truck 1.0 in the front and 1.7 in the rear.
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Re: Level SRT (think I posted this in the wrong spot before) =/

ah, no good! Excuse my ignorance, but is there any way to order a kit and only use the rear lowering springs?
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Re: Level SRT (think I posted this in the wrong spot before) =/

Not sure that you can do that, what do you have right now stock springs?
Other members can help you with that, but, IMO, Eibachs are a good way to go, it will give you a nice stance, alot SRT guys have Eibachs.
http://blog.stillen.com/2008/05/gran...ngs-installed/
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Re: Level SRT (think I posted this in the wrong spot before) =/

its all stock now yes. I no it sounds dumb but I just dont want it any lower up front. I wish it was possible to lift the front to level. I have a 300 srt8 and the thing scrapes everywhere, its a pain in the butt lol
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