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Lowering kit

Is it worth lowering the "beast" 30mm??? Eibach has the kit that can make this possible.
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Re: Lowering kit

I'm also very keen to do this, but cannot find a kit in AUS
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Re: Lowering kit

I doubt you would find many people wanting to lower their 4x4, this is why there would not be any Kits on the market. If you want to get the lowered springs, then look for the Jeep SRT spring options, as there are a few around like Road Magnet. You would also be able to get some custom ones made to any level.
Of course, this would only be for non Quadrlift cars.
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Lowering mine 30mm this Friday.
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Re: Lowering kit

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Lowering mine 30mm this Friday.
Springs supplied by Eibach
Post before and after pictures as others who may be interested will find it useful.
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