Coilover Upgrade for Maximum Performance
JEGS lightweight aluminum Coil-Over Shocks are suitable for use on the front or rear or almost any vehicle. These double-adjustable, twin-tube shocks feature 18 compression and rebound adjustment positions with 324 valving options for exceptional ride comfort and handling performance.
What Are The Top JEGS Double Adjustable Coil-Over Shocks?
The most popular JEGS double adjustable coil-over front or rear shock is the 11 5/8" compressed / 17" extended height design using 12" coil spring. The next most commonly used double adjustable coil over shock offered by JEGS is the 10 1/8 "compressed / 14" extended version. The best-selling JEGS double adjustable coil-over shock and spring kit is the 11 5/8 " compressed / 17" extended design with 110 lbs springs.
How Much Do JEGS Double Adjustable Coil-Over Shocks Cost?
JEGS coil over double adjustable shocks start at around $250 each and range in price up to $650 for a pair of shocks with coil springs.
What Are The Main Benefits of JEGS Double Adjustable Coil-Over Shocks?
The JEGS front and rear coil over shocks with a double-adjustable design allow 324 different valving options which allows you to fine-tune your suspension ride quality. Vehicle ride height can also be adjusted by rotating the spring seat collar. These features improve both vehicle looks and the driving experience.
How To Install JEGS Double Adjustable Coil-Over Shocks
Installation of JEGS double adjustable coilovers begins with raising the vehicle safely off the ground to allow for easy access and installation. With the ride height and mounting points already determined before selecting the shock height and spring pressure, the shocks can be installed by connecting each end to the mounting brackets on the body and rear differential or the lower control arm and shock tower for the front. The vehicle can then be slowly lowered to the ground to check for proper vehicle and tire clearance. If adjustments need to be made to ride height, the lower spring perch can be rotated using a spanner wrench.
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