I have just bought a second hand overland 2003.
when first saw it i was chocked by the height of the car. bareley higher than a normal car. It look very sporty, but the car is low. Seller told it is a special suspension kit to have more gas mileage (fuel economy) (13l/100km) and better handling.
Now that i have bought the car, i need to recognise what suspention kit the car have in order to study the suspension kit risk etc....
Is it possible to recognize somin from the pic? O dear pros ?
of not, plz help me !
I know it doesn't answer your question but looks like the grill was changed to one from an 04, i thought the 03 overlands just had the chrome trim pieces. As well added those chrome plastic mirror covers and door handle covers which ruin whats under there if you ever take them off as i found that out.
04 Jeep wj Limited 4.7 <> 6.5" Iron Rock long arms front & Adjustable lowers on rear <> Bilstein 5100's <> 285/70r17 Goodyear Duratracs <> M/T black classic lock wheels <> Addco swaybars <> Superchips 3875 <> Magnaflow Stainless exhaust <> 2 Kicker comp 12's <> Kenwood head unit.
Just from that view it looks like it's lowered 1.5 inches... I always back in and when I was stock my front end was higher than that. Get inside it and turn the wheel all the way to one side and have a look at the springs. Most aftermarket springs will be colored, blue,red,yellow,ect...
Do the world a favor, hurt a honda...
Iro 3" lift with pro comp 9000es shocks, adjustable trackbar, led rock lights, all interior lights converted to leds, two 10" kicker comp with Kenwood 600 watt amp
Zombie Outbreak Response Unit #396
You have progressive rate lowering springs and they're either Eibach or H&R.
The appearance of the coils touching is normal for this type of spring. They call that a "dead coil" when they're touching at ride height. You're compressing the higher rate coils upon initial compression, but when they rebound you'll get a softer rebound and initial compression as the dead coils expand and compress.