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Old 01-26-2013, 08:04 AM   #1
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Question RC coil spring spacers SD650 kit for tj

Hey guys. Lifting my 97 tj. New to the posting and hope I get this in the right spot. I purchased a 1.5 inch rough country coil spring spacer kit. SD650 from rough country. The spacers measure 1 7/8 inches thick nearly two inches. This is not including the part that protrudes above the actual thickness for the spring to seat on. Did they send me the wrong spacers or is this normal? I only wanted 1.5 inches to stay below the two inches where I hear other mods can become necessary to accommodate the height.

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You'll be alright. 2" of lift is safe 99% of the time in terms of needing supporting mods. Just make sure you add the 1" bumpstop extentions and your good to go

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Old 01-26-2013, 02:19 PM   #3
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4" is usually the areay where other items become necessary.
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spacers

Thanks guys. I will likely leave the front isolator out to gain 1.5 in the front and use a .75 inch added to the rear. Just ordered the bilstien 5100 shocks to match. Can't wait to. Put them in.
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