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    Bilstein B8 5100 Adjustables for WK2

    I got the struts and shocks installed. The coil spring compressors I had were not up to the task of compressing the front springs quite enough. Instead of ordering a better tool, I just took the factory assemblies and the new struts to a local shop. $35 and a few hours later, I had two fully...
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    Bilstein B8 5100 Adjustables for WK2

    I did a little more measuring today and it seems like the 1.75" (top setting) would actually get me perfectly level with the rear... but based on this feedback and what I've read from other reviews, I think the 1.25" (second setting from the top) is probably going to be a safe bet. I went ahead...
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    Bilstein B8 5100 Adjustables for WK2

    Thanks for the detailed response! This is exactly the kind of feedback I was looking for. I live in Pennsylvania... we're not renowned for having the smoothest of roads, so I was curious if there would be any "quirks" introduced with this kind of adjustment to the ride, and it seems like this...
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    Bilstein B8 5100 Adjustables for WK2

    I was changing the brakes on our 2014 Grand Cherokee and noticed that the front driver strut was leaking. One of the rear shocks had previously blown out as well. It was replaced under warranty, but at this point I just want to replace the factory stuff with some Bilteins since I've always had...
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    Why don’t more people take the WK2 overlanding?

    I feel like it is probably something to do with the price - a lot of people aren't going to be willing to potentially smash up something they're still making payments on... My wife and I have a 2014 Limited. It has some JK 17" wheels on it with tires that are slightly taller than factory. With...
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    86' F150 Build

    The previous owner put 33x10.50 BFG A/Ts on my 85 F150. I haven't noticed any rubbing, but I've only had the truck a few weeks and haven't had a chance to really test it out off-road.
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