Re: Lowering my Jeep
Since you're in New Jersey, I recommend you not lower yours much. I have SRT lowering springs and SRT bumpers on mine, and it's like a snow plow when there's more than about 4 in. of snow on the road. With the stock front bumper, it wouldn't be quite as bad though.
Yes, you can use stock SRT rears by themselves, but it won't lower it that much. Also, the spring rates will be different (not matched) and you won't get the optimum ride quality/handling. The SRT's are noticeably stiffer than the stock springs. I'd recommend, if you're going to change springs, that you get all stock SRT's. As I said, they won't lower it too much, but where you are I'd be careful how low you go.
One other alternative, if you have a local spring and axle shop near you, is to have them make it exactly the way you want it. A good shop can set the ride height and stiffness any way you desire.
05 LX/RT & 06 WK/GCO, modded similarly, MDS "ON" Light, Vortex Gens, Debadged, DashHawk, BT Catch Can, SRT CAI W/Add Air Inlet, K&N Filter, Sonnax Trans Press Booster, SC Tuner W/Adv Trans Tuning App, DS Tuner, Cust tube headers w/3 in. catback, Bilsteins, SRT frt/rear bumpers, Eibach SRT Lwr Sprgs & Sways, FRI Sidewinder Cam Adv 2*, 6.1 valvetrain, SLP 25% UD Pulley, BBK 90mm TB, SOS Coils/.060 plug gaps. 20 in. SRT Reps.