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Old Man Emu Jeep Grand Cherokee (wk2) 2" Suspension Kit - Light Load on

US $1,198.98

Miami, Florida, United States

Miami, Florida, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:OMEJWK2-2LD Brand:OLD MAN EMU Warranty:Yes

Old Man Emu really had their work cut out for themselves in developing an integrated suspension system for the Jeep Grand Cherokee WK2. The WK2 runs an independent front and independent rear suspension setup and is available in a number of engine variants. The key areas that were addressed in the design of these components were lift, load carrying capability, and comfort. With the WK2 being a mid-sized SUV, the original suspension provided a comfort-orientated ride, which had a tendency to top out and frequently contact the bump stops, especially on rougher surfaces and over speed bumps. The WK2’s factory geometry allowed for a 40 to 50mm lift, which improves overall wheel travel and off road capability. To meet this need longer travel shocks and struts were developed for improved down travel and were tuned to match the new spring specifications.


• Recommended for vehicles with no bull bar and carrying loads of 0kg to GVM. Optimum performance will be achieved with loads up to 150kg.

• Estimated Front lift: 45mm (1.77")
• Estimated Rear lift: 50mm (2")


• Coil Springs No Bar (Front) (3070 x 1 pair)
• Coil Springs Medium Load (Rear) (3074 x 1 pair)
• Nitrocharger Sport Struts (Front) (90026 x 2)
• Nitrocharger Sport Shock (Rear) (60124 x 2)
• Trim Packer - 5mm (FK79 x 2)

* No top mounting bushings or dirt shield supplied, re-use OE bushings and dirt shield.


• Jeep Grand Cherokee (WK2) without Factory Towing Package and Gasoline Engine (3.6L Pentastar V6) - 2011-2015

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