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A bit confused by some posts, are spacers needed when lowering your GC Limited with the pro kit performance kit springs? Also does this kit automatically level the Jeep when installed or is adjustment needed? Thanks all !!
 

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If you are just installing the Pro Kit Springs and using the wheels (are they OEM Jeep rims?) you should not need spacers. The end result of the lowering springs will be a lower ride height and less gap between tire and the fender opening.

Some people add spacers to push the wheels farther out for a more aggressive stance, that is a personal choice.

Sometimes if you go with an aftermarket rim that doesn't have the same offset (ET) or back spacing as the OEM rims you may need spacers to get brake caliper clearance.
 

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If you are just installing the Pro Kit Springs and using the wheels (are they OEM Jeep rims?) you should not need spacers. The end result of the lowering springs will be a lower ride height and less gap between tire and the fender opening.

Some people add spacers to push the wheels farther out for a more aggressive stance, that is a personal choice.

Sometimes if you go with an aftermarket rim that doesn't have the same offset (ET) or back spacing as the OEM rims you may need spacers to get brake caliper clearance.
Yes I have stock wheels. See below: Im trying to get as close as I can to the SRT leveling.

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