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Old 10-06-2009, 10:54 AM
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Replacing Stock Coil Insulators

I recently purchased a 2" BB kit. I really wanted a 1.5" but it was to cheap of a price to pass up. I want to know if I can replace my TJ's stock coil insulators with the 2" spacers to give me closer to a 1.5" lift? or do i need to keep the insulators on?
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How big are the blocks? The stock front isolators are 3/4 of an inch...
to get 2 you usually leave the stock isolators on.

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One of mine is cracking.. Could not find replacements around here! So I've got a 3/4" spacer, the stock and cracking isolator, then my coil spring.. It works still just doesn't look pretty!
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