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Eibach Pro-Truck Lowering Kit?

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Old 05-06-2008, 04:52 PM
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Does anyone have the Eibach Pro-Truck Loweing Kit, if you do can you tell me what comes with the kit, and how does it handle.

This is the link to the kit.
http://www.performancecenter.com/low...on-upgrade-kit
 
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Old 05-07-2008, 12:15 AM
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Eibachs handle really well from what I have fealt(1 buddy had 00 Cavy with 2" around and 1 buddy with 98 Cavy 1.5" around and they both handled great.
how low do you wanna go?
you can get springs and blocks for cheap.... After you drop with springs go staight go an alignment shop to get an alignment. or go better IMO with spindles and leaf springs.
 
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i wanted to do 2/3 dropspindles and leafs but thats to expensive, i just got some 20's and i like how it looks now it sits high but i figured i should drop it at least a couple of inches, i found this kit and thought it was pretty cheap but i want to know if it comes with blocks on the back.

look at my cardomain page to see my blazer
 
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looks cool but yah I would drop it 2/3. Blocks work great just get the angled ones to keep your pinion angle right. You can get 2" springs for $100 and 3" blocks for $20 anywhere
 
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what brand should i get and will i need new shocks or any other parts?
 
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you should get lowered shocks but I didnt and Ive had no probs, been running like this for 2-3 yrs. Eibach, belltech, or djm are all good companies, definitly get an alignment done after you drop it.
 
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