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Old 08-26-2012, 04:03 AM   #1
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Suspension choices

I currently have an unknown 2" spring lift, Pro Comp E3000 shocks and quick discos. This was installed seven years ago by the previous owner. The trans skid has been lowered. A Warn winch was also installed.

I'm satisfied with the ride height and only interested in OME shocks. Since owning the TJ I have installed a pretty beefy front bumper and combined with the winch, has caused the front to be about an inch lower.

My question is, should I get the OME springs too or just reuse wht I currently have? I am aware of options for increased spring rates to compensate for the added weight up front.

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Old 08-26-2012, 08:08 AM   #2
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buy new springs and shocks, make sure to cycle the suspension without the springs to verify clearances, interferences and set bumpstops appropriately.
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