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post #21 of 27 (permalink) Old 02-21-2013, 08:53 PM
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which lowering springs do you have? what are the lowering length? anything else done to suspension?
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I'm on Eibachs and love them dearly! I recently rode in my buddy's '08 who has either Road Magnet or BWoody in his and it rides a bit more harsh than mine on Eibachs. I think the RM/BWoods are a linear spring whereas the Eibach are progressive rate. Definitely a difference in ride quality, though his has a little less body roll. The height on both of our vehicles is about the same, too.

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road magnet springs. w/22's

and another, not many miles on these springs.

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Eibach's For ride B-Woody's for drop and coilovers for Fun I.E. handling and looks Ride is OK .I had them all and love the look of the coilovers but the ride was best on the Eibach's

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My Eibachs dropped the front around 3/4 - 1" and the rears 1 - 1.25". Just enough to level it out and drop it down a touch. Had I known the ride quality was hardly going to suffer any I would have installed them long before I did. I have absolutely no regrets about going with these springs. I daily drive my Jeep and so I didn't want it to be too slammed or ride rough. I also put on BW end links when I did the springs.

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Love the Eibachs. Minimal compromise in ride quality, improved handling, ..... Sometimes I wish was slammed, but it's low enough for me at this stage of my life--function is slowly starting to outweigh form, at least occasionally!

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You got this low with just one inch? I'm looking to buying some springs but not sure which ones to get. Can anybody help?
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I have the Eibachs which are 1.0" front and 1.1" rear:

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