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    Eibach all-terrain-lift kit

    Anyone have any experience with the Eibach lift kit. I have a chance to purchase one 1/2 off. Pic shows a steering stablizer but I have to get it separately.

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    I didn’t know they made lift kits, but I’d steer clear and go with a brand that’s trusted and recommended like the ones members here use. 1/2 price is nice but you get what you pay for.


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    Never ran their springs on a JK. I’ve run them on an old truck of mine and they were fine.


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    Thanks fellas. I figured I would ask because Eibach has been around a long while in the car and small truck world.

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    you don't need the stabilizer unless your stock one is shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOPLESS View Post
    Thanks fellas. I figured I would ask because Eibach has been around a long while in the car and small truck world.
    It’s pretty common for companies to use their springs on coilovers. We use them when building custom setups. I’m sure it’s a good lift if the money is right.


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