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09Doright8126 10-27-2009 10:59 AM

Eibach coilovers with 5100s
 
I've got (4) Bilstein 5100s and a set of Eibach coilovers coming my way... I can't wait to get them installed!

My question is with leaving the 5100s at stock height I should get 1.6" lift from the setup w/ the coils so if I wanted to level out the rear all I would need to get would be a 1.5" rear AAL?

Thanks in advance.

1337Taco 10-27-2009 11:06 AM

You would still have some rake because the rear is a bit higher to begin with.

geolink 10-27-2009 11:23 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 707tac05 (Post 1065025)
You would still have some rake because the rear is a bit higher to begin with.

Correct. Suggest measure now on level surface.
Also consider loads or no loads

09Doright8126 10-27-2009 12:03 PM

Will do... the rear decision will have to be made based upon exactly how much rake exists and taking in consideration my avg. normal load weights.

Thanks guys.

aww1970 10-27-2009 06:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 09Doright8126 (Post 1064996)
I've got (4) Bilstein 5100s and a set of Eibach coilovers coming my way... I can't wait to get them installed!

My question is with leaving the 5100s at stock height I should get 1.6" lift from the setup w/ the coils so if I wanted to level out the rear all I would need to get would be a 1.5" rear AAL?

Thanks in advance.

I am having the same installed with a 1.5" AAL. I have a topper, tow a boat, and sandbags in the bed for the winter. Without the AAL I would be pretty much level as it sits with just the topper. I still want 1.5" rake so the AAL it is.


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