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Old 04-21-2011, 10:16 PM   #1
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2.5" HD or 3" Coils

I'm looking for the FRONT TJ coils in either 2.5" HD, or 3" so I can sit level with the rear 2.5" coils I just bought. Also looking for adjustable LCA's or lightly used 15" travel shocks..

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Let me measure the shocks I have, but I might have what you need and I'm local.
I just installed 3" fronts and 2.5" in the rear today.

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Nice lol. That combo levels the Jeep out thus why im doing it. I just need some super long shocks. 15" collapsed like 29" extended? I'm not sure but they are about the length for 4" lift shocks.

Doing some chopping Let me know
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Too short for what you need. I was talking to Conner (imped) last night and he told me what you were planning. These are good for a 2" lift and won't work for you.
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Well thanks though, I just got the 2.5" rear coils and some 3" front coils. So I'm set I'm just going to run some basic Rancho 5000's. Nothing expensive right now.

Ive been talking to connor alot, he is going to help with the install.
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He helped me to install his old springs and renting/borrowing a spring compressor made it much easier.

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