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Old 03-10-2013, 10:51 PM   #1
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Lifting up 07 JK sport with JKUR 18/59's

New jeep owner, need to do the lift. Currently running 12/13 fronts, and 55 on rear.

I plan to swap out for 18/59's and the shocks to go with them.

Do I need any other parts for the swap? Just need to make sure I get all that I need from whoever I get the springs and shocks.

I'm sure this has been asked many times, but couldn't find that direct answer in a simple search.

BTW- Going to run 295/65-18 Duratracs on 7-spoke Sahara rims. Will I need wheel spacers after changing to the taller springs?

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Old 03-11-2013, 06:18 AM   #2
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New jeep owner, need to do the lift. Currently running 12/13 fronts, and 55 on rear.

I plan to swap out for 18/59's and the shocks to go with them.

Do I need any other parts for the swap? Just need to make sure I get all that I need from whoever I get the springs and shocks.
Nope, just the springs and shocks.

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BTW- Going to run 295/65-18 Duratracs on 7-spoke Sahara rims. Will I need wheel spacers after changing to the taller springs?
Yes, for width clearance, if you keep the stock wheels. Spidertrax makes good ones.

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