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Old 08-07-2013, 03:50 PM
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Rear Spring Seat Measurement

Good Afternoon All,

I am looking for a quick bit of assistance from someone with access to their springs on their TJ.

I bought some JK springs to replace the beat springs on my TJ, and give me a hair more lift (I am hoping to out-do someone's hobo lift, using two of the 2" spacers).

Anyway, I read that the rear springs must be heated and the last coil opened up to make them fit the spring seats.

I was wondering if anyone had access to that measurement. The inside and outside diameter would be appreciated.

I do not have a spring compressor to get in there and measure myself (and I'm out of town this weekend), so I was hoping that if someone was down there, working on their jeep, or had theirs already on a lift getting work done, that they might be able to chime in.

Thank you for the help in advance.
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Old 08-08-2013, 12:24 PM
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Bump.

Nobody has their TJ in the air this week?
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