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Old 08-08-2012, 07:04 AM
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lowering my 2006 Jeep

i am thinking about lowering my 2006 jeep srt8.
i was just thinking about cutting a half coil in the front and a 1 full coil in the rear, has anyone else done this ? if so could you let me know how it works out?
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Old 08-08-2012, 07:55 AM
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No...Don't cut the coil springs...Buy a set of lowering springs made for your Jeep

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just wondering why i shouldnt cut them?
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just wondering why i shouldnt cut them?
IMO...It's kinda ghetto....45k Jeep deserves a nice set of suspension!
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yeah i gotcha! lol its kinda ghetto
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yeah i gotcha! Lol its kinda ghetto
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i was just trying to get out of spending $400+ on springs when i could cut them lol
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i was just trying to get out of spending $400+ on springs when i could cut them lol
Dude, don't do it!! It will cost you alot more then $400 and your suspension is all #@%% up!
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You can get Eibach springs for your Jeep for around $300 on Amazon.
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