OK I have a problem and am looking for suggestions on a fix. My 92 YJ 4.0 has some additions to the front end. Winch and second battery under the hood. It's seems to me the leaf springs in the front are sagging. The front of the jeep is about 1.5 inches lower than the rear. I'm not sure but I'm guessing the added weight put the old springs over the edge.
The question is how to fix it without spending a ton of cash. I like where the rear sits now without a load. I'm not into a lifted jeep as I like a low cg. I did add a 1" daystar body lift to clear the 31" tires and will probably cut out some of the wheelwell flares in the future to fit 33". I just want to bring the front up to where the back sits. I could replace the front springs but wonder if they would also begin to sag quickly. And I also found these on the net and I thought I might be able to work them into the front suspension.
They are made by Firestone and cost 85.00 shipped. I'd just hate to get springs and be higher in the front than the rear or have the springs begin to sag again. I also thought about adding a leaf to the front with new springs to keep it from sagging again.....So what do you guys think?