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Old 07-05-2013, 04:03 PM   #1
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yj SOA kits? if anyone can help me out?

hey i have a 1991 jeep yj wrangler 4x4 and my rear is spring over and i want to do the front but im having trouble finding a good SOA kit...!

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hey i have a 1991 jeep yj wrangler 4x4 and my rear is spring over and i want to do the front but im having trouble finding a good SOA kit...!
So your rear is SOA and the front is SUA? Wow what a setup! Not Kool IMO.
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Old 07-05-2013, 06:02 PM   #4
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yeah i just bought it and the rear is SOA an im trying to find a good SOA for my front axle... i have a 4.5 inch lift right now, so if i do a SOA in the front will i need a smaller lift in the front because if i use my 4.5 inch lift springs it will be 2 inches higher in the front? any help would be cool
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yeah i just bought it and the rear is SOA an im trying to find a good SOA for my front axle... i have a 4.5 inch lift right now, so if i do a SOA in the front will i need a smaller lift in the front because if i use my 4.5 inch lift springs it will be 2 inches higher in the front? any help would be cool
Yes you will need smaller. You need to figure out if your rear springs are stock. Cause you have to figure you get 5-5.5" of lift with just SOA to begin with. And if you use your 4.5" springs you will probably be closer to the full 4.5" higher I the front. But check out Rocky Road Outfitters for the SOA kit. Call them and see what they have so you an order just the front kit.
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thanks alot bro... that helped alot!
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i would like to see a few pics of your current setup.
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I'm curious too. Did someone swap out your D35?

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