Jeep WK

Jeep Grand Cherokee WK 2005-2010

  1. Why Rear Bump Stops

    Rear bump stops are need to keep the rear shocks from bottoming out on themselves and damaging the cylinders. The best way to set up rear bump stops is to remove the springs and attach the shocks and then jack up the rear axle till the shocks bottom out. Then measure the distance between the factory bump stop and the...
  2. Frequently Asked Questions

    Our customers most Frequently Asked Questions A-arm / Ball Joint install Bolts and nut tork spec Stud spins in steering knuckle Grease   Get live shipping quotes on JBA web site from Marlin Gehman on Vimeo. Overseas shipments Yes, we ship our parts all over the world Get live shipping quotes on JBA web sites   If you have product...
  3. Lifting a Jeep Grand Cherokee WK

    Plan your build & work your plan. Please take your time to read and understand what you can and cannot do with the Jeep Grand Cherokee WK (2005-2010) in ourĀ ultimate WK/XK lift kit resource. Start with your budget and then look at what you can do with that size budget. To many people start with the wheels and tires and...
  4. ESP Reset after a front-end alignment

    Got some useful info from our Hunter Alignment Machine guy about ESP and alignments. This applies to all ESP equipped vehicles and not just Jeeps. If you have a alignment and toe adjustments are required and you have ESP the steering angle sensor must be adjusted or unusual ESP operation can result, not always but sometimes you can get unwanted...
  5. Warning!! factory upper control arms on your Jeep Grand Cherokee WK

    Warning!! Do you have the factory Chrysler upper control arms on your Jeep Grand Cherokee? I want to notify my customers and owners of the WK/XK Jeeps (Grand Cherokee & Commander) If your Jeep is lifted and has over size tires, You may be at risk of losing a front tire!! In less than 2 weeks I got these disturbing...

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