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Over the past few weeks, STILLEN has been receiving increasing interest in the Eibach Pro-Truck Lowering Springs for the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT-8. Several members asked if we would be running any specials on this item, and as a result we have leveraged the buying power of the SRT-8 community to make a special purchase on these kits.

STILLEN has made arrangements with Eibach to secure 50 of the first 59 sets of these springs that come into stock. We have confirmed that these much-anticipated springs will finally be shipping in the next 10 days. Eibach is slated to receive 25 sets of springs next week, 16 of which are allocated to our company. The second run will consist of 12 kits in the next 4-6 weeks, followed by the third run 2-4 weeks after that. STILLEN has purchased the first three runs of this item, due to the high call volume and excitement that we have seen from the pending release of this kit.

As a result of our quantity discount, we will be running a special introductory price of $229.05 plus $9.95 handling/insurance.

For our local customers in the SoCal area, we are also running a special on the installation of these items at STILLEN’s state of the art facility in Costa Mesa, CA for $479 installed! (includes springs and labor, alignment/camber adjust runs approximately $125 more)

Please contact me via PM or phone or click here to order online if you are interested in this deal, and please remember that quantities are VERY limited on the first run, and orders will be served on a first-come basis.


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Eibach Pro-Truck Lowering Kit - 2892.540 (1.0” front/1.1” rear) - Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT-8 - $229.05 + $9.95 Insurance & Handling
 

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For our local customers in the SoCal area, we are also running a special on the installation of these items at STILLEN’s state of the art facility in Costa Mesa, CA for $479 installed!
Does this price include an alignment with camber adjustment?
 

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Hi Jade,
Please count me in! Payment sent!

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Over the past few weeks, STILLEN has been receiving increasing interest in the Eibach Pro-Truck Lowering Springs for the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT-8. Several members asked if we would be running any specials on this item, and as a result we have leveraged the buying power of the SRT-8 community to make a special purchase on these kits.

STILLEN has made arrangements with Eibach to secure 50 of the first 59 sets of these springs that come into stock. We have confirmed that these much-anticipated springs will finally be shipping in the next 10 days. Eibach is slated to receive 25 sets of springs next week, 16 of which are allocated to our company. The second run will consist of 12 kits in the next 4-6 weeks, followed by the third run 2-4 weeks after that. STILLEN has purchased the first three runs of this item, due to the high call volume and excitement that we have seen from the pending release of this kit.

As a result of our quantity discount, we will be running a special introductory price of $229.05 plus $9.95 handling/insurance.

For our local customers in the SoCal area, we are also running a special on the installation of these items at STILLEN’s state of the art facility in Costa Mesa, CA for $479 installed!

Please contact me via PM or phone if you are interested in this deal, and please remember that quantities are VERY limited on the first run, and orders will be served on a first-come basis.


Item Details:

Eibach Pro-Truck Lowering Kit - 2892.540 (1.0” front/1.1” rear) - Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT-8 - $229.05 + $9.95 Insurance & Handling
 

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Are all of us so far going to be on the first batch out? And when can we expect them by?
 

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Are all of us so far going to be on the first batch out? And when can we expect them by?
So far, everyone that's ordered is in the first batch. We still have a few open slots in that batch, and after that we're looking at a 2-4 week lead time until the second shipment hits.

As for the first shipment, Eibach is estimating that they will leave mid-next week so those of you close to California could possibly see them by the end of next week. Midwest and Eastern states should be seeing them the week of May 18-24.

Even those that get in on the second run, that's not too bad of a lead time considering Eibach is now slating early to mid July on any orders that were placed after our large quantity buy.
 
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