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Old 08-17-2014, 04:40 PM   #1
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Question about springs

I have a 2014 and wanna raise it up. I have searched and read up on this. I just want to be correct. If I take coil springs from a 2014 JKU Rubi and put on mine it would raise it correct. Just wanna run bigger tires

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There are technically no Rubicon springs, that said most of them are usually stiffer and taller than the other models. What you really want to look for are the numbers on the springs. I think the stiffest (tallest/most lift) are the 19s in front and the 60s in rear. On the part numbers those are the last two numbers. Just look on the plastic/paper tag hanging off of your springs to see what you have. The lower the number on yours the more lift you can get from a stock spring swap. there are also the 10th anniversary Rubicon springs that are taller than them all. I want to say most people clamed to get around an inch more than the 19/60 combo.

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Old 08-17-2014, 04:52 PM   #3
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Thanks that makes more since.
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