Buda how u likin those rear shocks?? i have just coe into some extra cash and dont want my rear to sag with the RC lift. i know u have to use some washers to make it fit but what exactly did u adjust because of the clanking??
Yeah man, lovin the shocks. Nice ride and I got that extra little lift out of them. I was just towing a trailer today and my buddy commented on the fact that the rear barely dropped with the weight of the trailer. (dump trailer with a 7' x 10' shed on it) So I'd say they work pretty well.
I guess your not gonna want my Reflex shocks huh? lol
Oh, and there's a rubber sleeve on the load-levelers to keep the coil from rubbing the shock body when compressed. The sleeve slid down on the shock and every time the shock compressed it would rub and sqeek. Very annoying. Easy fix though.
I was going to install my hitch but after further inspection of the rear bumper decided I didn't want to mess around with taking it off all night, so instead I gave her a bath, didn't get around to waxing, but also cleaned my starter connection good. May be in my head but I think it even starts up a little faster like its getting ample juice. It always sounded like it was kinda struggling to me before. (Brand new battery)
-Sold 3/13. Replaced by 2010 VW Jetta 2.5-
2005 WK 3.7L Laredo. RC 2", 265 70 17 Bridgestone Dueler Revo 2's. Class III OEM hitch added. Bilstein Struts. Monroe Load Levelers (58643).
Blue WK Club Member #32
Changed front & rear differential lubricant, Mobil-1 75W-140. Had 35K miles on old stuff. Was still good, but now it's ready for the Winter in Michigan.
Transfer case (MOPAR NV245 transfer case fluid) and engine lube oil (5W-20 full synthetic) are next weekend's project.
HEMI CLUB MEMBER #45; SILVER WK CLUB MEMBER #13
'08 WK GC Limited. 5.7L HEMI. Quadra-Trac II. Bright Silver Metallic. Class IV hitch.
Michelin LTX M/S tires. Fumoto oil drain valve. Billet Technology oil catch can.