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Old 08-16-2011, 08:48 PM   #1
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aev coil relocation bracket

I saw these and was wondering if any one has used them and what they think.

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Why not just relocate the stock ones? I think you only get 1/4" lift doing that. I'll be doing that soon....when I outboard the shocks.

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According to the web site you get 1 5/8" lift.
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I've installed a pair. not a fan of the design, and a waste of money IMHO....you should just relocate the stock spring perches.
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I've installed a pair. not a fan of the design, and a waste of money IMHO....you should just relocate the stock spring perches.
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Rough Country makes a coil correction plate that is a more simple design, and less expensive. If you can weld or have easy access to someone that can, just cut the stock off and reweld. That is not much of an option for a lot of people thoguh, thus the AEV and RC kits.
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Rough Country makes a coil correction plate that is a more simple design, and less expensive. If you can weld or have easy access to someone that can, just cut the stock off and reweld. That is not much of an option for a lot of people thoguh, thus the AEV and RC kits.
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apparently the folks at RC didn't pass basic geometry in school.

there is no bumpstop pad, which isn't surprising since RC doesn't understand bumpstops to begin with. and it doesn't correct the geometry - the spring is still angled. I'd run the Nth/AEV long before I'd touch that RC kit.
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I've heard riff country isn't much better than fab tech and i would never let anything fab tech touch my pride and joy. I don't really have access to a welder and i haven't welded since high school.
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Why not just relocate the stock ones? I think you only get 1/4" lift doing that. I'll be doing that soon....when I outboard the shocks.
What is outboarding the shocks?
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Biggest thing you'll notice is that the springs are vertical again instead of tiltled slightly forward if you have a 4" lift... Also plan on getting shorter springs for the rear or taller ones for the front, as it really does add 1 5/8" to the lift. I noticed that the rear end didn't feel as "mushy" on rough terrain, as I went with 2.5" springs on the rear and got a few other problems corrected at the same time.
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AEV = big money/poser

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Crap i meant poser. Stupid auto correct.
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Biggest thing you'll notice is that the springs are vertical again instead of tiltled slightly forward if you have a 4" lift... Also plan on getting shorter springs for the rear or taller ones for the front, as it really does add 1 5/8" to the lift. I noticed that the rear end didn't feel as "mushy" on rough terrain, as I went with 2.5" springs on the rear and got a few other problems corrected at the same time.
So would you say your overall opinion of them is good? Would you say its worth the money?
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I don't have any welding skills, so the bolt on relocation brackets were exactly what I was looking for. It corrected a bad spring compression rate problem that the PO left for me, so yes... I am very happy with the kit. I don't feel like I am driving a basketball on or off road anymore.
IMO they are worth the money unless you know someone that can relocate the spring perches for you...
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apparently the folks at RC didn't pass basic geometry in school.

there is no bumpstop pad, which isn't surprising since RC doesn't understand bumpstops to begin with. and it doesn't correct the geometry - the spring is still angled. I'd run the Nth/AEV long before I'd touch that RC kit.
It's funny because as soon as I posted that, I predicted "The Forum King of the Bumpstops" would chime in with his usual bumpstop lectures and RC bashing.

I guess I'm not seeing how those don't straighten the coils....
Thing of it is, unless you have not adjusted the pinion angle with adj. CAs, neither kit is really going to be the right route to take.

It seems like the tube would function in stopping the bumpstop, am I wrong there?

RC is definitely not the only company that does not include bumpstops with their box kits. Considering the right amount of bumpstop will depend on every single different Jeep out there, it's probably better that they don't bother including them. They might as well keep the cost down rather than include a part that might not be worth anything to my vehicle; however, offer it as an optional add-on, which they do.
At least they are not including one size of bumpstop with their kit as if it is going to be proper for every jeep.
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I guess I'm not seeing how those don't straighten the coils....Thing of it is, unless you have not adjusted the pinion angle with adj. CAs, neither kit is really going to be the right route to take.
http://www.aev-conversions.com/pdf/i...structions.pdf

Check out Figure 4 on Page 3... It shows how the relocators mount to keep the springs vertical AND the bumpstop extensions included in the kit
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http://www.aev-conversions.com/pdf/i...structions.pdf

Check out Figure 4 on Page 3... It shows how the relocators mount to keep the springs vertical AND the bumpstop extensions included in the kit
Right, but the RC kit does not change where the bumpstop mounts. it just changes the angle of the axle surface mount to straighten the coil out....the lower bumpstop pad is effecively relocated instead of the top with the AEV kit.

I'm not personally promoting the RC kit as I have not installed it, but so far I have not seen why it wouldn't work.
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Okay... Afeter looking at the installatioon instructions for the RC kit, it looks like the axle has already been adjusted for driveline angle... All the kit is doing is bringing the bottom of the spring mount back to top center on the axle...
This look slike a good alternative if most of the work done by the PO was with RC parts, or if they know that the axle has been rotated to compensate for driveline angle. (See Photo 1 on Page 2)

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stupid question, what is the use/point/gain of a coil relocation bracket?
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With taller lifts, the coils on a wrangler tend to "lean" forward... The relocators bring the springs back to vertical, or perpendicular to the axle. The spring compression rates change when they are at an angle, as the stresses are focused at a point on the spring, instread of along the full length of the coil.
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It's funny because as soon as I posted that, I predicted "The Forum King of the Bumpstops" would chime in with his usual bumpstop lectures and RC bashing.
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I guess I'm not seeing how those don't straighten the coils....
Thing of it is, unless you have not adjusted the pinion angle with adj. CAs, neither kit is really going to be the right route to take.
well the coils aren't vertical...so they didn't straighten the coils...to make the most effective use of the spring, it should be vertical...

here's a vertical coil with upper spring perch relocation:


and guess what - the bumpstops line up:


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It seems like the tube would function in stopping the bumpstop, am I wrong there?
yes, you're wrong. if the jounce bumper enters the tube under compression, it will stick inside the tube and get yanked off, and the bumpstop cup isn't going to hit square like the picture you see above.

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RC is definitely not the only company that does not include bumpstops with their box kits.
I know, and every company that doesn't include enough bumpstop extension to prevent their shocks from bottoming out is doing the customer an injustice. FWIW, that includes OME too - with the 2" kits, they include 0.8" rear bumpstop extension when they need 1.3".

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Considering the right amount of bumpstop will depend on every single different Jeep out there, it's probably better that they don't bother including them.
Somewhat true, but there are some basic rules you can follow to determine bumpstop requirement on most rigs. For example, the stock front shocks are 13" fully compressed and the rear shocks are 12" fully compressed. In front, anything over 13.5" compressed length needs 1" bumpstop per 1" increase in compressed length. In the rear, anything over 12.25" needs 1" bumpstop increase per 1" increase in compressed length.

I think the real reason companies don't include them is because they're too worried about making money to take a day, install some stuff on a TJ and push the axle to full bump and full flex with the springs removed.

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They might as well keep the cost down rather than include a part that might not be worth anything to my vehicle; however, offer it as an optional add-on, which they do.
Proper bumpstop extensions cost less than $15 for all four corners for a 2" or 4" lift. If they don't include them, the shocks blow out quickly. How is that saving the customer money?

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At least they are not including one size of bumpstop with their kit as if it is going to be proper for every jeep.
If they included one size of bumpstop that surely avoided bottoming out the shocks of that kit, they'd have a lot less blown shocks and warranty claims. And the Jeep would ride better.

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Right, but the RC kit does not change where the bumpstop mounts. it just changes the angle of the axle surface mount to straighten the coil out....the lower bumpstop pad is effecively relocated instead of the top with the AEV kit.
but if the RC kit elimates the contact pad for the jounce bumper, what good does it do?

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stupid question, what is the use/point/gain of a coil relocation bracket?
with pinion angle alignment due to increased lift and the presence of a DC driveshaft you get this:

spring is curved and the bumpstops don't line up.


spring is straight, and bumpstops line up perfectly.



to make the most effective use of the spring, it should be vertical...
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don't hate because you don't understand suspensions
What makes you think I don't understand suspensions? I was making a jab that you wouldn't have anything to post on the forums if it didn't include the word "bumpstop". Your tombstone will read, "...and Rough Country never included bumpstops in their kits!" You are a friggin broken record.
I fully encourage proper bumpstopping. Your insecurities have you making presumptions. The fact that I reference a Rough Country product does not mean I don't understand suspension. It's that attitude of yours that is making you the joke on at least a couple forums that I know of.

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well the coils aren't vertical...so they didn't straighten the coils...to make the most effective use of the spring, it should be vertical...
Please show us where the RC plates did not straighten the coil....
In honesty, I am having a hard time showing where this is the case. So far, the only thing I have found relating to experience with the RC plates is that they work. I actually have not found a picture of them working or not working. Just because they are a RC product, you are saying they don't work as advertised and designed.

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yes, you're wrong. if the jounce bumper enters the tube under compression, it will stick inside the tube and get yanked off, and the bumpstop cup isn't going to hit square like the picture you see above.
That would be assuming that the tube opening is not smaller or larger than the jounce bumper.....this is something I don't know, but I certainly won't be the one making uneducated assumptions. If it does allow the bumper to enter the hole and get stuck, then it is a bad design and RC should've welded a simple cap to the top of it.

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Proper bumpstop extensions cost less than $15 for all four corners for a 2" or 4" lift. If they don't include them, the shocks blow out quickly. How is that saving the customer money?
Once again, I endorse proper bumpstops, but even as you said, some of the companies that bother to include bumpstops in their kits are not even correct. If I was buying a 'suspension kit' I would rather they just save me a couple bucks and not include their version of bumpstops, and let me measure for myself and set up the proper length.
...and that is one of the downsides I find with 'suspension kits'....from any brand. Savvy and Currie have both kind of redefined what a kit is capable of including. Their kits however are not in a similar class to most others (including RC).
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Superlift actually has a nice weld-on version. This is not what the OP is looking for since he wants a no-weld design, but it is a new upper coil bucket with frame mounting bracket that utilizes the factory bumpstop attachment point.
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Having your coils parallel to the ground isn't optimum either.
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I was going to wait for the response that might have been humorous but I will go ahead and explain myself. First off your axle doesn't perfectly go straight up and down(I'm sure you know this, and a vertical setup is easy to check for and is better than just leaving it alone). It follows the arch that the control arm angle gives it. The best position for any spring, coil, shock, strut, or coil over would be at a 90 degree angle from the lower control arms(or the imaginary pivot points. As mount/joint placement on the axle and frame can have the axle follow a slightly different arch than the control arms angle, also the placement of the UCA mounts and length of them will be rotating the axle throughout it's travel). As the most neutral angle will give the suspension the most linear use of the coil/shock. Therefor similar spring rate throughout travel with of course single rate springs.
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Having your coils parallel to the ground isn't optimum either.
Do you mean perpendicular?
I don't think anyone has proposed a spring that's parallel to the ground...
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What makes you think I don't understand suspensions? I was making a jab that you wouldn't have anything to post on the forums if it didn't include the word "bumpstop". Your tombstone will read, "...and Rough Country never included bumpstops in their kits!" You are a friggin broken record.
I fully encourage proper bumpstopping. Your insecurities have you making presumptions. The fact that I reference a Rough Country product does not mean I don't understand suspension. It's that attitude of yours that is making you the joke on at least a couple forums that I know of.
And I was making a jab at your jab and apparent resentment for my comments and suggestions. If you encourage proper bumpstopping, why aren't you suggesting it when recommending lift kits? I haven't seen you tell someone that their kit is incomplete and they'll need to address parts of their suspension. Why aren't you spreading education on suspensions?

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Please show us where the RC plates did not straighten the coil....
In honesty, I am having a hard time showing where this is the case. So far, the only thing I have found relating to experience with the RC plates is that they work. I actually have not found a picture of them working or not working. Just because they are a RC product, you are saying they don't work as advertised and designed.
Think about it - if you don't move the upper perch, the spring isn't vertical. If you move the lowers a fixed angle, they might straight the springs in a non-vertical plane, or maybe they'll make things worse. As you pointed out earlier - thats going to depend on the specific angle of pinion rotation. But if you relocate the upper spring perch...this is not an issue because you'll align & set the bumpstops at full bump. Even Nth/AEV's instructions include this.

I have yet to see a picture of the RC relocators at full bump, but I have a strong suspicion the bumpstops won't line up well.

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That would be assuming that the tube opening is not smaller or larger than the jounce bumper.....this is something I don't know, but I certainly won't be the one making uneducated assumptions. If it does allow the bumper to enter the hole and get stuck, then it is a bad design and RC should've welded a simple cap to the top of it.
It's an easy assumption to make because it fits over the stock bumpstop pad, which is a big over 2" in diameter. The jounce bumper is about the same size, and an elastomer...its job is compress. If it's hitting anything hollow it's not functioning as its designed. As you admit, that is a bad design and RC should weld a cap on top of it. But like I alluded to earlier...their designers would have figured that out if they pushed the axle to full bump with the springs removed.

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Once again, I endorse proper bumpstops, but even as you said, some of the companies that bother to include bumpstops in their kits are not even correct. If I was buying a 'suspension kit' I would rather they just save me a couple bucks and not include their version of bumpstops, and let me measure for myself and set up the proper length.
...and that is one of the downsides I find with 'suspension kits'....from any brand. Savvy and Currie have both kind of redefined what a kit is capable of including. Their kits however are not in a similar class to most others (including RC).
Many manufacturers, including RC, have a misconception of bumpstops. The smarter folks that fabricate & install stuff know this and compensate. The only company that I've seen give good educational info on bumpstops was Nth Degree.

Almost every lift kit is incomplete. The questions is to what degree. Some of RC's kits are maybe 40%, OME's 2" is maybe 50%, the RCD 3" is maybe 75-80%.

DPG Off-Road sells fairly complete kits. 90%+ range if you talk to Dirk and get one of the most complete setups.

The Currie/Savvy kits are definitely a different ball game - they have worked out the bugs, and they included everything to actually make a suspension work. Thats a 95-100% kit.

Rob's Offroad (mudb8 on JF) also sells a very complete Currie/OME combo if you talk to Dave. 95%-100% range.

The folks in the 90%+ range are the guys that people don't buy from a lot because everything is far more expensive. You're paying for the experience and knowledge behind the fact if you install everything included properly, you'll have a turn-key rig that flat out works. If you buy something from another source, you'll be tinkering for months trying to get that extra 50% or whatever % remains. And you'll spend darn close to the difference in price getting there.

My repeated harping on bumpstops is my attempt to educate people to that remaining 40-50% before they buy an incomplete kit....because if you push the axle to full bump & flex the axle out with the springs removed (which you can do while installing the lift), a whole lot more stuff becomes apparent beyond just bumpstops.

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Superlift actually has a nice weld-on version. This is not what the OP is looking for since he wants a no-weld design, but it is a new upper coil bucket with frame mounting bracket that utilizes the factory bumpstop attachment point.
Superlift does have a nice weld on kit. If you're having a hard time getting the stock perches off, its a good way to go. BlueTorchFab also has nice upper perches that will work, for less money. Relocating the stock perch is the easiest thing to do, and its free aside from welding consumables

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