Eibach Springs! (Finally)

Is the front for the “level” spring really 1.9? I called Eibach and they said it’s 1.6. I want to do the same as you @ORCowboy bc right now my front is only 1/2 inch lower than the rear.
 
I finally got a set of rears yesterday. Now to schedule an installation
 
Please update us on how it rides after installation!
Waiting on install shop to get make in touch with me, currently looking into the ride height sensor, weather it needs an extension bracket, or just a simple reset. Nobody has the answer
 
Is the front for the “level” spring really 1.9? I called Eibach and they said it’s 1.6. I want to do the same as you @ORCowboy bc right now my front is only 1/2 inch lower than the rear.
Thats a good question. I’m exactty 1 1/2” front to back and dont mind the rake which is why I was considering the Eibach rears if they add more preload to carry things. The stock rears sag a couple inches with a Costco run, let alone throwing real gear in or hauling stuff. The .75 spacer for the rear would probably be the perfect combo without weight in the bed. I also have an ADD front bumper and lights so more weight up front. Looking forward to some rear springs reviews!
 
Thats a good question. I’m exactty 1 1/2” front to back and dont mind the rake which is why I was considering the Eibach rears if they add more preload to carry things. The stock rears sag a couple inches with a Costco run, let alone throwing real gear in or hauling stuff. The .75 spacer for the rear would probably be the perfect combo without weight in the bed. I also have an ADD front bumper and lights so more weight up front. Looking forward to some rear springs reviews!
I'm also wanting something to bring the back end up since I carry a few hundred pounds of gear at all times.
 
Thats a good question. I’m exactty 1 1/2” front to back and dont mind the rake which is why I was considering the Eibach rears if they add more preload to carry things. The stock rears sag a couple inches with a Costco run, let alone throwing real gear in or hauling stuff. The .75 spacer for the rear would probably be the perfect combo without weight in the bed. I also have an ADD front bumper and lights so more weight up front. Looking forward to some rear springs reviews!
Yeah good point. So you have the fronts already installed and you’re sitting 1 1/2 higher up front?

I wonder if mixing the front of Eibach with rears from Geiser rear would be any good.

I personally like Eibach 1000 lbs linear (stocks are linear from what I researched) Geiser has the TRX lean bc of the lower progressive lbs (not compressed) my guess Eibach 1k doesn’t have the lean. On the flip side the rears Eibach is 100-300 progressive and when I reached out they didn’t know when it gets to 300. Geiser- “Rear coils give 240 lbs that increases after the first 2” to 310 lbs versus the stock springs’ 225 lbs and 295 lbs, respectively.”
 
Yeah good point. So you have the fronts already installed and you’re sitting 1 1/2 higher up front?

I wonder if mixing the front of Eibach with rears from Geiser rear would be any good.

I personally like Eibach 1000 lbs linear (stocks are linear from what I researched) Geiser has the TRX lean bc of the lower progressive lbs (not compressed) my guess Eibach 1k doesn’t have the lean. On the flip side the rears Eibach is 100-300 progressive and when I reached out they didn’t know when it gets to 300. Geiser- “Rear coils give 240 lbs that increases after the first 2” to 310 lbs versus the stock springs’ 225 lbs and 295 lbs, respectively.”
TRX lean was side to side. Do you mean rake? Like front is lower?
 
TRX lean was side to side. Do you mean rake? Like front is lower?
No the TRX lean is the front driver side is lower than the passenger. There is a factory dealer fix which was a heavier spring to compensate for the 33 gallon gas tank. It was on 2021 and earlier 2022 models. I have an early 2022 model and had it fixed. So when I saw Geiser post about the TRX lean on their website I thought about their springs and how it was less lbs as they made them progressive.

Here is a video on it and the fix.
 
No the TRX lean is the front driver side is lower than the passenger. There is a factory dealer fix which was a heavier spring to compensate for the 33 gallon gas tank. It was on 2021 and earlier 2022 models. I have an early 2022 model and had it fixed. So when I saw Geiser post about the TRX lean on their website I thought about their springs and how it was less lbs as they made them progressive.

Here is a video on it and the fix.
Yea I’m talking about the same thing from driver side to passenger side. Haven’t heard of anyone having the lean after install.
 
Yea I’m talking about the same thing from driver side to passenger side. Haven’t heard of anyone having the lean after install.
Yeah either have I just saw this on their website. https://www.geiseroffroad.com/ram-trx
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After all of this time waiting on these springs, I just got an email that they have shipped and will be here on Friday!
 
After all of this time waiting on these springs, I just got an email that they have shipped and will be here on Friday!
Can you let us know the height when you install them if you did the 1.9 fronts. Which set did you go with?
 
I went with the pro kit which is 3" in the front and 1.5 " in the back. I will definitely post info as soon as I get them installed, hopefully soon. FYI, I already have the Foutz 2.5 in the front that will be coming off.
 
I went with the pro kit which is 3" in the front and 1.5 " in the back. I will definitely post info as soon as I get them installed, hopefully soon. FYI, I already have the Foutz 2.5 in the front that will be coming off

Quick Q
So foutz states that to use its lift spacer in the back grater than 3/4 you will need their bump stops , does installing a 1.5” spring on the back would be needed any other modifications like mentioned above ?
 
Quick Q
So foutz states that to use its lift spacer in the back grater than 3/4 you will need their bump stops , does installing a 1.5” spring on the back would be needed any other modifications like mentioned above ?
No, that is only because you would be stacking more than one spacer above the springs. The stock bump stops should be fine with these springs.
 
Finally picked up my Eibach Pro Lift kit for front and rear. Im still not 100% sure if im gonna install it. I currently have their front leveling lift springs and they have been great for the about 1,500 miles ive had them on.
Regardless, i might sell the pro lift kit or my used front Eibach leveling springs soon. Ill post on here when i decide what to go with lol
 

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What is everyone doing with there ride height sensor? Are you removing it before installing the kit? How can we install the kit without having to make a dealer appointment to correct the issue with calibration of the ride height system?. Please advise, I have the kit for front and back, just really want to stay away from having to get the dealer involved.
 
Does the Eibach front springs have the lean?
 
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