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Old 06-12-2013, 08:04 AM   #31
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So today was the first day on the highway since the install. Previous drives were just around town. I do have a very slight tilt to the left on the steering wheel so Ill adjust the turnbuckle tonight. Couldn't really see it until I had a nice straighaway. No biggie.

The ride feels better IMO. Even riding solo it feels amazing.

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Old 06-12-2013, 08:08 AM   #32
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Can anyone explain what the part numbers mean for the springs? I have a 10A and these are the P/N for the springs:

Front: 68196006AA
Rear: 68024461AA

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It seems the 10As have different numbering systems for the front. The last two digits are your spring rate. Rear: 68024461AA. The front ranged from 13-19 and rears from 54-60 in the past. The higher the number, the higher the Jeep.

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