some weeks ago I noticed that I installed my OME springs in a wrong way. I installed the rear and the front longer springs on the drivers side.
That´s why my TJ is 3/4-1" lower on the passengers side.
But the front and rear is levelled out at the moment.
Tomorrow I have the time to change the rear springs, the longer one will be installed on the passengers side.
I´ve read that the drivers and the passengers side will be levelled out on this way.
But what´s with the front and the rear?
Will the front come down a bit with the changed rear springs? Or the rear? Or will it stay like it is?
I have 2 more OME trimpackers and could install them in the front or the rear. But for that i have to know what will happen after i changed the rear springs.
just put it in.. and dont bolt your shocks or swaybar back in.. sort of a dry-fit =p
and didnt you read the directions before installing them?
i´m a lazy guy.
i visit my parents this week, and hre i only have the stock lifter and 2 jack stands.
i have to lift the jeep under the axle, then put the jack stands under the frame. and then i have to remove the tires to let the axle down...
and i really don´t want to do all that twice...
my OME lift came without instructions. that´s why i installed them on the wrong side in the rear.