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  1. WK2 -Suspension/Driveline/Brakes/Wheels/Tires
    Went to get an alignment after installing H&R lowering springs last week, and he couldn't get the drivers front side one off, which concerned him. But I see in some other posts that apparently that side is harder to remove anyways. I asked my mechanic buddy what he thought and he said they don't...
  2. WK2 -Suspension/Driveline/Brakes/Wheels/Tires
    6 months ago, I bought a 2012 JGC Overland 4x2 with the 5.7L Hemi and 108,040 miles. It also came with the load leveling suspension. Bah. Why does the rear need to sit so high? I’m not much a fan of that. I’m also not much a fan of the creaking from the rear left suspension that is somehow bad...
  3. Trackhawk Suspension, Driveline and Brakes
    Who is planning on lowering their Trackhawk? I'm curious what springs people plan on using. I had Eibach rears only on my 15' SRT GC but want to go a little more aggressive with the Trackhawk. Are the RM mid-level still the way to go? They show as unavailable on the Black Ops site.
  4. WK2 -Grand Cherokee SRT (2012-2018)
    Having driven about 2500 miles so far i can say that theses springs are what SRT shoulda had outta the box so to speak. Rides a tad stiffer and tad jumpier than OEM but still better then first gen wk1 srt8. Look wise and practicality wise it's a no brainer it should be mandatory to have that...
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