Right now I have a 4" Teraflex lift that sags a good amount in the rear.
Even with the extended bump stops I'm always getting bad fender flare rub on trails that imo aren't anything bad at all.
#1) I want to correct this problem because it's really limiting me in where I want to take my Jeep, because I fear I'm just going to end up tearing the flares completely off if I'm not really careful.
(that's no fun)
#2) I hate the way it looks when ANY lift sags in the back, and I want this thing riding at least level, or with a bit more height in the rear, loaded or not.
The shops around here tell me just to get new springs.
Well, IMO there's no guarantee that is going to correct the problem in manner I want it to.
And if the fenders still rub, and the rear still sags after I put new springs on it,
I'm going to be even more pissed than I am now, and it will be just a waste of money to me.
So instead of new springs,
I've seriously been considering the JKS ACOS.
That way I can adjust it to MY liking whenever I want.
Is that the wrong way to look at this issue?
Do any of you guys run these, and how do you like them?
What are the pros and cons to these spacers vs new springs?
Would I need any other components to go along with these?
Plus....I want to install a HD Bumper with a Swing Away in the near future.
That's gonna add even more weight, more sag, and probably make me have to buy some other form of leveling kit anyways.
So why not just do this first?
JKS Manufacturing: Coil Spring Suspension