Bilstein 5100 .75-2″ Front and 0-1.5″ Rear Lift Shocks 05-’10 JEEP Grand Cherokee (WK) 2WD/4WD

SKU: 24-225793_33-225807
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Bilstein 5100 .75-2″ Front and 0-1.5″ Rear Lift Shocks 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 JEEP Grand Cherokee (WK) 2WD/4WD

Front Shocks:

Series: 5100

Front Extended Length(in): 19.2

Front Collapsed Length(in): 13.35

Part Number: 24-225793

Front Shocks Fitment Notes:

Rear Shocks:

Series: 5100

Rear Extended Length(in): 24.76

Rear Collapsed Length(in): 15.39

Part Number: 33-225807

Rear Shocks Fitment Notes:

Fitment: Bilstein 5100 .75-2″ Front and 0-1.5″ Rear Lift Shocks 05-’10 JEEP Grand Cherokee (WK) 2WD/4WD

Important fitment notes: (WK2)

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        A You may keep rear spacer on it's place or remove it for factory ride height - rear shock will allow you to go both ways
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        A Rear shocks will not lift your truck by themselves - some lift kit options as longer coils or maybe spacers will be required for a lift. These shocks are only longer then the stock shock - designed for use with the existing liftor for stock height
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        A Yes, front can be raised with these shocks, the rear will remain stock height. Definitely rear shocks will still work at stock heigh
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        A You are right, it is not recommended to exceed 2.75'' of lift.For example you can lift 2'''by shocks anf 3/4'' by spacers.Removing spacers will increase ride quality
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        A Front shocks are ride height adjustable and will lift your front end using stock coil springs, but it is not recommended to stack lifts.Also please note that exceeding 3'' of total lift amount can do harm to the suspension
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        A The front shocks are height adjustable - they aare able to lift the front using stock coils.As for the rears you are right - you'll need to use something like stronger springs or spacers to have the rear lifted

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