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Does anyone know if the stock 08 jeep wk 3.7 have progressive or linear springs?

Does anyone know if the stock 08 jeep wk 3.7 have progressive or linear springs?

I'm lookin to put a 2' emu lift on it soon. I understand the difference progressive and linear. With progressive being the better shock. ARB says they don't offer progressive with my 08 WK. Just wondering what would ride better stock vs emu..

And, Anyone that switched to emu 2' linear from stock could also tell me what the rides comparison is like ? Which one is better ? ..etc.. would be a big help..

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Does anyone know if the stock 08 jeep wk 3.7 have progressive or linear springs?

I'm lookin to put a 2' emu lift on it soon. I understand the difference progressive and linear. With progressive being the better shock. ARB says they don't offer progressive with my 08 WK. Just wondering what would ride better stock vs emu..

And, Anyone that switched to emu 2' linear from stock could also tell me what the rides comparison is like ? Which one is better ? ..etc.. would be a big help..
Stock are linear
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Re: Does anyone know if the stock 08 jeep wk 3.7 have progressive or linear springs?

Both front and rear ?
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Both front and rear ?
Yup. I went a different route and dropped mine on eibachs which are progressive
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Re: Does anyone know if the stock 08 jeep wk 3.7 have progressive or linear springs?

How's the ride better than stock? Send a pic if possible. I'm curious to see what the drop looks like
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How's the ride better than stock? Send a pic if possible. I'm curious to see what the drop looks like
The ride isn't bad actually. It's firm without beating me up.

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