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Old 05-05-2013, 07:41 PM   #1
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Coil spring question...

So, the springs on my 03 Rubicon are only a year old. I'm installing my 4" Skyjacker lift and replaced them. A friend wants to put them on his 2000 Sport. I have no problem selling them to him but I want to make absolutely sure they will fit his TJ. This shouldn't be a problem, right? May be a stupid question, but then again, I don't believe in stupid questions. Plus, who wants to screw a friend and fellow Jeeper over on parts.

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Absolutely they will fit. However, they are no taller than stock, they only have a bit stiffer spring rate. They would only cause your friend's 2000 TJ to sit higher if it was significantly lighter than your Rubicon.

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