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Old 03-05-2010, 10:20 AM   #1
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Just wont these on fleebay. planning on putting them on the front of my 2000 tj sport I6 5speed. any sugestions on rear ones (like the crown vic) or any other ideas.
Old Man Emu 2 inch lift springs for Jeep Cherokee XJ ZJ : eBay Motors (item 330408778102 end time Mar-04-10 22:20:49 PST)

Also wondering how much lift these will do? On my front
any one used these on a tj any input would be helpfull.

I also have a nice new custome bumper from dirtworx so I will be adding that and a winch to the front so it may drop a little.
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Old 03-05-2010, 10:24 AM   #2
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well that link didnt work maybe this will help
this is what it said in the description

OME 930 a & b (not sure what a & b mean) they are front also

Up for sale are a set of Old Man Emu ( OME ) 2 inch lift springs for a Jeep Cherokee XJ. The springs are in "Like New" condition. They were only on my Cherokee for approx 6 months. Old Man Emu springs have a reputation for great ride quality. I was getting exactly 2" of lift on my 97 Cherokee. I was very happy with them, but decided to go higher. They will fit any Jeep Cherokee 1984 to 2001 and will provide between 1.5 and 2" of lift depending on your set-up (i.e...stock vs heavy duty bumpers, winch etc..) I believe they will also work on 93-98 Grand Cherokee ZJ's but will only provide approx around 1" of lift.

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Ive got OME ZJ coils in front on my TJ. I think lift on my jeep is close to 3" even with winch, aftermkt bumper, etc. My guess is they are 2" coils, but idk that for sure.
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I'm not sure how much the XJ/ZJ version will lift your Jeep, as I bought the OME kit that was for the TJ - But i can tell you that the "A and B" part you are wondering about is just their way of denoting which spring is the slightly longer one.
According to the OME people, the longer one in front should go on the driver's side, and in the back on the passenger side (engine torque etc.).
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