Reviewed By jason f (Tampa, FL) Reviewed for a 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee —12/14/2017 5:32 PM
I have installed Eibach on several of my cars and have always loved the ride even with the factory shocks. Highly Recommended.
Reviewed By Karl M (SAN MARCOS, CA) Reviewed for a 2016 GMC Canyon —12/13/2017 8:45 PM
Stock suspension is pretty soft. Lots of body lean in corners. I wanted a stiffer ride,level the front and fit all terrains. Definitely firmer ride but that's what I wanted. Should settle more with some more miles.the full 2" lift in front had me 3/4" high in front. May do 1" blocks in back.I don't hammer my truck off road, I just want to get to places off road and not get stuck.also went to 265-75-16 perelli scorpion atr. An inch or so taller but keep the gas mileage, instead of going to a wide
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