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Hey all, just installed the Bilstein B6 struts on the car with the stock shocks. Unfortunately it actually raised my ride height. So, I need some assistance in what springs will help bring her back down for better look. Been searching between Mopar, Eibach and the H & R springs and can’t really figure out what would be best. A lot of mixed reviews on all of those brands. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.

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I believe Bilstein pairs their kits with Eibach springs...
Wondering if whether 28105.140 or 4.10528 would be able to address your issue...?

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Hey all, just installed the Bilstein B6 struts on the car with the stock shocks. Unfortunately it actually raised my ride height. So, I need some assistance in what springs will help bring her back down for better look. Been searching between Mopar, Eibach and the H & R springs and can’t really figure out what would be best. A lot of mixed reviews on all of those brands. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.

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Go with Eubach Sportline kit. Thank me later, most aggressive stance and handles like a dream. Also a comfortable ride. Recommend installing it on a lift with a LOT of wood planks.

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Hmm I was thinking of the pro kit. Afraid the sport line will be too low. I dk I need pics or see in person.
 

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Hi,

I had the Eibach Pro-Kit installed a couple of years ago on my R/T, lowered it nicely 1 1/2" approx.

No issues still usable on city streets, firms up nicely when taking corners at speed.

Hope this helps you.

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