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Old 05-09-2013, 04:44 PM   #1
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Progressive Rate Springs

Does anyone know if there are aftermarket progressive rate springs for a JK that do not have any lift? Synergy seems to be very popular but their springs come with anywhere from 2"-8" of height. I'm looking to stay at stock height but want to improve the on-road ride.

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Old 05-09-2013, 05:25 PM   #2
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Does anyone know if there are aftermarket progressive rate springs for a JK that do not have any lift? Synergy seems to be very popular but their springs come with anywhere from 2"-8" of height. I'm looking to stay at stock height but want to improve the on-road ride.
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Really like the reviews for the AEV 2.5" lift. Maybe they'll sometime come out with a stock progressive rate spring.

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Old 05-09-2013, 09:53 PM   #3
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Eibach from Quadratec has a slight lift (less than 2 inches) and is progressive. Have not pulled the trigger myself so I cannot vouch for them.
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Just did the synergy and LOVE em...yes they lift but that wasn't a problem for me I wanted a lift...

Now the 2" coils for 4 door are the same as the 3" for the 2 door and they are not progressive till the 3" 4dr/4" 2dr (synergy)
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4 door or 2 door ? The 4 door, Snergy goes down to a 1"

Honestly 2" or lower is "safe" and shouldn't have any effect on geometry/steering.
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Just did the synergy and LOVE em...yes they lift but that wasn't a problem for me I wanted a lift...

Now the 2" coils for 4 door are the same as the 3" for the 2 door and they are not progressive till the 3" 4dr/4" 2dr (synergy)
First I've heard of that? ^
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Just did the synergy and LOVE em...yes they lift but that wasn't a problem for me I wanted a lift...

Now the 2" coils for 4 door are the same as the 3" for the 2 door and they are not progressive till the 3" 4dr/4" 2dr (synergy)
All of the Synergy coils are progressive rate. I have the 3" coils for a 2 door and love em.
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Old 05-11-2013, 01:05 AM   #8
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What do you guys mean by love them? Can we be more descriptive??

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