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Make: Jeep
Model: Cherokee
Year: 2000
Driving Style: Normal Driver
Vehicle Setup: 4 Wheel Drive
Suspension Type: Regular Shocks or Struts
Question:
I use my 2000 Jeep Cherokee as daily driver mostly, with some “light” off road mixed in on occasion – half dozen trips to beach & mountains each year.  I am trying to decide if [...]

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Make: Jeep Grand Cherokee
Model: Laredo
Manufacture Date: /2001
Chassis Designation:
What is your driving style: Normal Driver
Vehicle Setup: Rear Wheel Drive
Suspension Type: Regular Shocks or Struts
 
Question:
 
What is up country suspension? What kind of shock do I need for 4-door/2-wheel drive/6cy.4.0 L?
 
Answer:
 
The Up Countrys have monotube shocks on them.
So if you replace those shocks, you want to stay with a [...]

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Jeep Cherokee Sport Shocks

Make: Jeep
Model: Cherokee Sport
Manufacture Date: /2000
 
Question:
 
I simply need to replace the original factory shocks,
and likely the brakes/pads. Please receommend the most economical
choice(s) for my vehicle. Also, I think my vehicle has springs. How do I
know if I need them replaced, too? Thanks for your guidance!
 
Answer;
 
 
For everyday driving, the KYB GR2 will be [...]

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Jeep Grand Cherokee Shocks

Make: Jeep
Model: Grand Cherokee
Manufacture Date: /1994
Chassis Designation: ZJ
 
Question:
 
Non are listed for the Up-Country Suspension, My ZJ
was “retrofitted” with Up-Country springs.  Can I just buy a slightly
longer shock?  Thanks
 
 
Answer:
 
You want the Bilstein Heavy Dutys.
The Up Country will not matter.
 
Here’s the link -
http://www.shockwarehouse.com/index.cfm?mode=results&selected_model=4135&selected_year=1994
 
 
B46-1798 / B46-1799
 

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Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo Shocks

Make: Jeep
Model: Grand Cherokee Laredo
Manufacture Date: /2000
Chassis Designation: 2 wheel drive
 
Question:
 
This vehicle has no caster or camber adjustment.  I
want to try and improve handling with shocks since it tends to drift
easily.  No offroading.  Any suggestions.
 
Answer:
 
For better handling and contorol, you want to use a monotube performance shock.
 
We carry several kinds of those. The [...]

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2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4WD

Question:
 
I have a 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4wd. Will monroe load levelers fit my jeep, I tow a 21′
boat and a travel trailer with 527 lb. tongue wgt. If not what would do the
job?
 
Answer:
 
 
There are no Loadlevelers for the 2005 Grand Cherokees.
 
However, the Airlift kit will support 1,000 lbs, the same as Loadlevelers.
(and [...]

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1991 Jeep Wrangler Lifted

Question:
I am putting a 2.5″ lift on my jeep and want to
replace the worn out shocks.  However I’m on a budget and was looking at the monromatics and curious if they’d fit with 2.5″ of lift.
 
Answer:
 
More about lifted trucks is mentioned on our site here – http://www.shockwarehouse.com/news/lifted-trucks.cfm
 
If the lift company you are using says [...]

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Jeep Liberty Shocks

QUESTION:
I´m looking to replace OEM shocks in my Liberty, I want Bilstein shocks, but the Liberty is not listed in Bilstein´s application guide, however, you offer the Bilstein BST HEAVY DUTY for the 2004 Liberty, do you offer some sort of adapter or will it fit just like that?
ANSWER:

The Bilsteins for the Libertys fit [...]

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Converted my Jeep

QUESTIONS:
 
I’m looking for a custom application shock for my offroad vehicle.
I’ve converted my Jeep to an eye-to-eye type shock with the use of Ford shock towers.  My ride height for the shocks is now 26″.  I’m looking for a good shock that will give me about 10″ of travel on each side.  So collapsed [...]

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Bilstein has released heavy duty monotube shocks for the 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Parts #’s BE5-D721-H0 and BE5-D722-H0 retailing for $267.80 on our site. They are going fast.

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