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I didn't want to hijack bigconn16's threat "im lost as **** with lift kits and need help", though the title and contents within have been pretty similar. I will preface this by saying that although I am new and fairly ignorant I have tried to do some research so I'm not asking questions that are toooo dumb. I have a mild understanding of the differences between body, level, and suspension lifts.


I picked up an 07 Limited Commander, but the previous owner had some massive tires on and I need clearance for chains/cables come the winter season. I've also heard the tires grind against the mud flaps while doing minor off roading. They are 245 75r17s





Big Blue posted useful information on the Rough Country kit, which happened to be the kit a local 4x4 shop recommended me (but quoted 700+ to install). My questions are:

Would this kit work with the tires? The local shop said they couldn't confirm but that "they should" which isn't comforting.
Would there be enough clearance for cables/chains?
Is there a different kit I should be looking at?

I should also note I had the vehicle inspected by the jeep dealer and they said one of the rear shocks is leaking but that it isn't a big deal. If this so happens to change any of the above answers.


Thank you. If any of you so happen to be in the LA area I'd be happy to buy you a beer for being patient with my nubiness.
 

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So I was able to find out that Rough Country recommends running 265/70R17 with their kit. And through the handy usage of tiresize's calculator I see that what I have, 245/75R17 pretty close.




I'm assuming this means I'm alright?
 

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Any 2" or bigger lift will allow you to clear those tires with chains or cables. However, if you're still running the stock rear shocks, you might want to upgrade to some with longer travel. A 2" lift keeps them fully extended and may cause premature wear, and since you already have a leaking shock, upgrading those with the lift would be a smart move. It's also worth noting that the Rough Country lift is a spacer lift, so while you'll gain clearance for tires, you won't gain any articulation like you would with the OME or Superlift.
 

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A 2 inch lift will give you plenty of clearance with your current tires. 26570R17's are the tires I'm running with my 2 inch Rough Country lift.

As far as your shocks and struts go, you can upgrade them but is not required for a 2 inch lift.

A lot of people will tell you to go to a longer shock but again, it's not required for a 2 inch lift.

I'm running Bilstein HD 4600 shocks and struts with Chrysler Hemi-rated rear coil springs that I had installed new with the Bilstein shocks and struts.

I don't believe the 4600 rear shocks are any longer than the factory shocks and they are NOT close to being fully extended.

I love them and they perform great with my lift and tires.
 

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I found this pretty interesting.

For all of the arguments I have heard about Bilstein 5100's being a longer shock, thus the reasoning by many for using 5100's in the rear vice 4600's, here are the specs of the HD 4600's compared to the adjustable ride height 5100's straight off of Bilstein's website:

Series: 4600 Series
Part Number: 24-188401
Old Part Number: F4-BE5-C513-H1
Collapsed Length (IN): 17.1
Extended Length (IN): 22.17
Lower Mount Type: Eye 14.2mm
Upper Mount Type: pin
Internal Design: Monotube
Finish: Yellow paint
Boot Included: Blue straight


Series: 5100 Series (Ride Height Adjustable)
Part Number: 24-186711
Old Part Number: F4-BE5-C475-H1
*Collapsed Length (IN): 17.03
*Extended Length (IN): 22.56
Lower Mount Type: Eye 14.2mm
Upper Mount Type: Stem
Internal Design: Monotube
Finish: Zinc plated
Reservoir: No
Body Design: 46mm ID snap ring grooved body (Coilover)
Boot Included: Black straight

The 5100's are exactly .39 inches longer than the HD 4600's when fully extended. Their collapsed length is identical.

That difference in length is negligible in my opinion. So the only really tangible difference is having the ability to change the ride height settings which is good to have if you need it and whatever minor difference there might be in the valving, neither of which is a big deal for my application.

EDIT: Disregard, I looked up the wrong part numbers.
 

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I found this pretty interesting.

For all of the arguments I have heard about Bilstein 5100's being a longer shock, thus the reasoning by many for using 5100's in the rear vice 4600's, here are the specs of the HD 4600's compared to the adjustable ride height 5100's straight off of Bilstein's website:

Series: 4600 Series
Part Number: 24-188401
Old Part Number: F4-BE5-C513-H1
Collapsed Length (IN): 17.1
Extended Length (IN): 22.17
Lower Mount Type: Eye 14.2mm
Upper Mount Type: pin
Internal Design: Monotube
Finish: Yellow paint
Boot Included: Blue straight


Series: 5100 Series (Ride Height Adjustable)
Part Number: 24-186711
Old Part Number: F4-BE5-C475-H1
*Collapsed Length (IN): 17.03
*Extended Length (IN): 22.56
Lower Mount Type: Eye 14.2mm
Upper Mount Type: Stem
Internal Design: Monotube
Finish: Zinc plated
Reservoir: No
Body Design: 46mm ID snap ring grooved body (Coilover)
Boot Included: Black straight

The 5100's are exactly .39 inches longer than the HD 4600's when fully extended. Their collapsed length is identical.

That difference in length is negligible in my opinion. So the only really tangible difference is having the ability to change the ride height settings which is good to have if you need it and whatever minor difference there might be in the valving, neither of which is a big deal for my application.
That is for the front struts. The front suspension is limited in downtravel because it is IFS so longer struts than that wont do us (or any vehicle with IFS) any good. The rear is different. :wink3:

In fact those don't look like the correct shocks for the xk/wk at all. The xk 5100's should be like 19" extended... Part Number: 24-225793


The p/n's you have listed appear to be for toyota fj/4runner/taco '03-15
 

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I didn't want to hijack bigconn16's threat "im lost as **** with lift kits and need help", though the title and contents within have been pretty similar. I will preface this by saying that although I am new and fairly ignorant I have tried to do some research so I'm not asking questions that are toooo dumb. I have a mild understanding of the differences between body, level, and suspension lifts.


I picked up an 07 Limited Commander, but the previous owner had some massive tires on and I need clearance for chains/cables come the winter season. I've also heard the tires grind against the mud flaps while doing minor off roading. They are 245 75r17s





Big Blue posted useful information on the Rough Country kit, which happened to be the kit a local 4x4 shop recommended me (but quoted 700+ to install). My questions are:

Would this kit work with the tires? The local shop said they couldn't confirm but that "they should" which isn't comforting.
Would there be enough clearance for cables/chains?
Is there a different kit I should be looking at?

I should also note I had the vehicle inspected by the jeep dealer and they said one of the rear shocks is leaking but that it isn't a big deal. If this so happens to change any of the above answers.


Thank you. If any of you so happen to be in the LA area I'd be happy to buy you a beer for being patient with my nubiness.

You'd be fine with that lift and those tires.

Your shocks are likely toast if they are original, and a touch longer in the rear wouldn't hurt... you have to remove them to install the lift anyways so its a good time to have those taken care of.

I'd consider OME springs... like ~$150 a pair so only $150 more in parts than just the RC lift.
 

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The p/n's you have listed appear to be for toyota fj/4runner/taco '03-15
That's correct, my mistake, wrong part numbers all together.

Alright, I feel like a complete donkey now.

I tried looking up your part # 24-225793 on Bilstein's website and it said part number not found.

EDIT: I was not in the right menu when searching for that part number - feeling like a donkey for the 2nd time in the same thread, I'm on a roll.
 

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That's correct, my mistake, wrong part numbers all together.

I tried looking up your part # 24-225793 on Bilstein's website and it said part number not found.
Thats odd...

B8 5100 (Ride Height Adjustable) - Shock Absorber


Part Number: 24-225793


Series: B8 5100 (Ride Height Adjustable)

Collapsed Length (IN): 13.35
Extended Length (IN): 19.2
Collapsed Length (MM): 339
Extended Length (MM): 487.7

Finish: Zinc Plated

Bilstein B8 5100 (Ride Height Adjustable) shock absorbers are designed for trucks and SUV's with a front coilover style suspension. The monotube shocks feature a 46mm digressive piston with self-adjusting deflective disc valving. Multiple snap-ring grooves in the shock body allow for different spring seat positions, providing 0"-2.5" of front end lift, depending on application. The Bilstein B8 5100 (Ride Height Adjustable) shock absorber provides increased wheel travel and improved handling and feature a zinc-plated steel body for resistance to harsh off-road elements.

Download Installation Instructions PDF

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2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited Premium V8 5.7L Front
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V6 3.7L Front
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V8 4.7L Front
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V8 4.7L Front
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V8 5.7L Front
2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee 65th Anniversary Edition V6 3.7L Front
2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee 65th Anniversary Edition V8 4.7L Front
2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V6 3.7L Front
2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V8 4.7L Front
2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V8 4.7L Front
2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V8 5.7L Front
2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited Premium V8 5.7L Front
2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland V8 5.7L Front
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited Premium V8 5.7L Front
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland V6 3.0L Front
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland V8 5.7L Front
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V6 3.0L Front
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V6 3.7L Front
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V8 4.7L Front
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V6 3.0L Front
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V8 4.7L Front
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V8 5.7L Front
2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited Premium V8 5.7L Front
2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V6 3.0L Front
2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V8 4.7L Front
2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V8 5.7L Front
2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland V6 3.0L Front
2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland V8 5.7L Front
2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V6 3.0L Front
2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V6 3.7L Front
2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V8 4.7L Front
2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V6 3.0L Front
2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V6 3.7L Front
2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V8 4.7L Front
2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland V6 3.0L Front
2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland V8 5.7L Front
2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V6 3.0L Front
2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V8 4.7L Front
2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V8 5.7L Front
2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited Premium V6 3.0L Front
2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited Premium V8 5.7L Front
2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V6 3.0L Front
2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V6 3.7L Front
2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V8 4.7L Front
2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V8 5.7L Front
2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee North Edition V6 3.7L Front
2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee North Edition V8 5.7L Front
2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee S Limited V6 3.7L Front
2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee S Limited V8 5.7L Front
2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V6 3.0L Front
2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V6 3.7L Front
2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V8 4.7L Front
2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V8 5.7L Front

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Here is the rear 5100's btw...
B8 5100 - Shock Absorber (click for more info)


Part Number: 33-225807
Series: B8 5100
Position: Rear
Descriptor: For Rear Lifted Height: 0-1.5"
Collapsed Length (IN): 15.39
Extended Length (IN): 24.76
Collapsed Length (MM): 391
Extended Length (MM): 629

and the rears I am running

Part
Number Description Travel
Collapsed
Length
Extended
Length
Mounting
Upper
Mounting
Lower
Sleeves Boot
Valving
Shaft
Diameter
33-104645 10" 5125 Off-Road 10.17" 15.91" 25.93" EB1* EB1* 1/2" Yes 170/60 14mm
 

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B6 4600 - Shock Absorber



Part Number: 24-186803
Old Part Number: F4-BE5-D722-H0


Series: B6 4600


Finish: Yellow Paint


Bilstein B6 4600 gas pressure shock absorbers and struts are designed specifically to help your truck, van or SUV reach its pinnacle in ride performance and handling, while still providing the comfortable ride that has come to be expected from the name Bilstein. A vehicle equipped with B6 4600 shock absorbers offers superior control compared to conventional alternatives, allowing you to keep cargo secure; from your kids to work equipment, mile after mile. Utilizing our patented design, the shock absorbers allow the vehicle to glide over every type of road surface you may encounter while maintaining complete command at all times. Bilstein B6 4600 shock absorbers are the least expensive and most effective upgrade to extend the service life of any vehicle out on the road today.


Download Installation Instructions


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Jeep

2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V6 3.7L Rear
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V8 4.7L Rear
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V8 4.7L Rear
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V8 5.7L Rear
2006 Jeep Commander Base V6 3.7L Rear
2006 Jeep Commander Base V8 4.7L Rear
2006 Jeep Commander Limited V8 4.7L Rear
2006 Jeep Commander Limited V8 5.7L Rear
2006 Jeep Commander 65th Anniversary Edition V6 3.7L Rear
2006 Jeep Commander 65th Anniversary Edition V8 4.7L Rear
2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V6 3.7L Rear
2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V8 4.7L Rear
2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V8 4.7L Rear
2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V8 5.7L Rear
2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland V8 5.7L Rear
2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee 65th Anniversary Edition V6 3.7L Rear
2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee 65th Anniversary Edition V8 4.7L Rear
2007 Jeep Commander Base V6 3.7L Rear
2007 Jeep Commander Base V8 4.7L Rear
2007 Jeep Commander Limited V8 4.7L Rear
2007 Jeep Commander Limited V8 5.7L Rear
2007 Jeep Commander Overland V8 5.7L Rear
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V6 3.0L Rear
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V6 3.7L Rear
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V8 4.7L Rear
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V6 3.0L Rear
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V8 4.7L Rear
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V8 5.7L Rear
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland V6 3.0L Rear
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland V8 5.7L Rear
2008 Jeep Commander Overland V8 5.7L Rear
2008 Jeep Commander Limited V8 4.7L Rear
2008 Jeep Commander Limited V8 5.7L Rear
2008 Jeep Commander Sport V6 3.7L Rear
2008 Jeep Commander Sport V8 4.7L Rear
2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland V6 3.0L Rear
2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland V8 5.7L Rear
2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V6 3.0L Rear
2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V8 4.7L Rear
2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V8 5.7L Rear
2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V6 3.0L Rear
2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V6 3.7L Rear
2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V8 4.7L Rear
2009 Jeep Commander Limited V8 4.7L Rear
2009 Jeep Commander Limited V8 5.7L Rear
2009 Jeep Commander Overland V8 5.7L Rear
2009 Jeep Commander Sport V6 3.7L Rear
2009 Jeep Commander Sport V8 4.7L Rear
2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland V6 3.0L Rear
2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland V8 5.7L Rear
2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V6 3.0L Rear
2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V8 4.7L Rear
2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V8 5.7L Rear
2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V6 3.0L Rear
2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V6 3.7L Rear
2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V8 4.7L Rear
2010 Jeep Commander Limited V8 5.7L Rear
2010 Jeep Commander Sport V6 3.7L Rear
2010 Jeep Commander Sport V8 5.7L Rear
2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V6 3.0L Rear
2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V6 3.7L Rear
2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V8 4.7L Rear
2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo V8 5.7L Rear
2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V6 3.0L Rear
2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V6 3.7L Rear
2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V8 4.7L Rear
2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V8 5.7L Rear

It's kind of pissing me off that I can't find the specs for the collapsed & extended length of this shock. I know it's not as long as the 5100 but I still want to know what those specs are.
 

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and the rears I am running

Part
Number Description Travel
Collapsed
Length
Extended
Length
Mounting
Upper
Mounting
Lower
Sleeves Boot
Valving
Shaft
Diameter
33-104645 10" 5125 Off-Road 10.17" 15.91" 25.93" EB1* EB1* 1/2" Yes 170/60 14mm
On the shock warehouses website that part number comes up as a front shock absorber for a Ford Excursion:

Bilstein shocks and struts for cars and trucks - Shockwarehouse.com

That's what you're running in the rear?

Do you have a lift? What engine do you have?
 

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It's kind of pissing me off that I can't find the specs for the collapsed & extended length of this shock. I know it's not as long as the 5100 but I still want to know what those specs are.


I know! It drives me nuts. Not sure why it isn't published anywhere.
 

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On the shock warehouses website that part number comes up as a front shock absorber for a Ford Excursion:

Bilstein shocks and struts for cars and trucks - Shockwarehouse.com

That's what you're running in the rear?

Do you have a lift? What engine do you have?
Rustys Off Road 2" Lift springs and stacked spring isolators as spacers. They are a universal shock according to bilstein.

A lot of guys run F150 rear shocks as well for longer lengths, as they are similar eyelets (slightly narrower bushings actually), and I'd imagine that the excursions are the same.
 

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Rustys Off Road 2" Lift springs and stacked spring isolators as spacers. They are a universal shock according to bilstein.

A lot of guys run F150 rear shocks as well for longer lengths, as they are similar eyelets (slightly narrower bushings actually), and I'd imagine that the excursions are the same.
Gotcha, thanks for the info.

You didn't have any issues installing them - or having them installed in the rear?

No problems with them fitting?
 

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You'd be fine with that lift and those tires.

Your shocks are likely toast if they are original, and a touch longer in the rear wouldn't hurt... you have to remove them to install the lift anyways so its a good time to have those taken care of.

I'd consider OME springs... like ~$150 a pair so only $150 more in parts than just the RC lift.
To elaborate on this... there are two options OME MD and OME HD. The HD will give ya a slightly higher lift and are an even higher spring rate than MD. MD is already a higher spring rate than stock.

Additionally there are OME shocks available. If you buy that whole kit your looking @ ~$750 IIRC for parts only, but it comes with new shocks... Anybody with a couple wrenches and jackstands can replace rear shocks no problem btw... the front is a bit tougher, but I did it, so anyone can.
 

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Gotcha, thanks for the info.

You didn't have any issues installing them - or having them installed in the rear?

No problems with them fitting?
I had to use some washers to fill the gap between the eyelet and the shock mount on the body and on the axle. Otherwise no other issues. Oh and the new limit for droop with these shocks becomes the skid plate for the gas tank, so you have to cut and bend a small part out of the way. I did it with it still installed and the jeep just sitting in my driveway. Laid underneath it with a grinder...

Not a crazy lift:


2010 3.7l bilstein 5100s/5125s ror rear springs 255/70r18s ror strut spacers.


its on a driveway so it looks a bit higher in the front and lower in the rear than normal.
 

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I had to use some washers to fill the gap between the eyelet and the shock mount on the body and on the axle. Otherwise no other issues. Oh and the new limit for droop with these shocks becomes the skid plate for the gas tank, so you have to cut and bend a small part out of the way. I did it with it still installed and the jeep just sitting in my driveway. Laid underneath it with a grinder...

Not a crazy lift:
Gotcha...looks good.

So you did have some issues it sounds like putting them in, it wasn't just a straight swap, you had to tinker a little bit.

I wonder if the 5100's Part Number: 33-225807 Series: B8 5100 would have the same - or similar installation issues.
 

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Thanks for all the info, trying to follow along with all the details hah.

So... how do I tell which specific model of the 4600 or 5100 to pick up? I copied and pasted the product number in one of the above posts, and I'm assuming this is the correct one though the picture looks quite different from the one Big Blue posted.

https://www.amazon.com/Bilstein-24-186803-Shock-Absorber-Cherokee/dp/B00BD3G36S

So I would just need two of those and the RC 2'' kit and nothing else? Do any of the 5100s work with the commander without the mods lucky detailed?
 

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Thanks for all the info, trying to follow along with all the details hah.

So... how do I tell which specific model of the 4600 or 5100 to pick up? I copied and pasted the product number in one of the above posts, and I'm assuming this is the correct one though the picture looks quite different from the one Big Blue posted.

https://www.amazon.com/Bilstein-24-186803-Shock-Absorber-Cherokee/dp/B00BD3G36S

So I would just need two of those and the RC 2'' kit and nothing else? Do any of the 5100s work with the commander without the mods lucky detailed?
I'm not sure ulv.

Part Number:
24-186803 Series: B6 4600 are the shocks my local 4x4 truck shop recommended along with the corresponding struts with my lift. I believe the shocks and struts all came together as one package/kit.

They fit great and I have had no issues whatsoever.

It's also the only shock on Bilstein's website that's listed as fitting Commanders.

I know there are quite a few guys here that run some version of Bilstein's 5100.

I also know quite a few people have had to tinker with them to some degree to get them to fit properly.

I do not know if there is a version of the 5100 that will bolt right onto Commanders without requiring some kind of modification to make them fit properly.
 

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Thanks for all the info, trying to follow along with all the details hah.

So... how do I tell which specific model of the 4600 or 5100 to pick up? I copied and pasted the product number in one of the above posts, and I'm assuming this is the correct one though the picture looks quite different from the one Big Blue posted.

https://www.amazon.com/Bilstein-24-186803-Shock-Absorber-Cherokee/dp/B00BD3G36S

So I would just need two of those and the RC 2'' kit and nothing else? Do any of the 5100s work with the commander without the mods lucky detailed?
That one is a stock length rear shock and would fit with zero modifications.
 
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