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Old 08-24-2011, 02:47 PM   #1
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Suspension Intervention

Would like to buy all upgrades from Savvy but can't quite swing the 3" suspension systerm. probably someday. But I have the underarmor and 1.25" body lift. I want just enough to fit 33's. since they say that their UA fits with their 3 inch lift kit then I'd assume its the bumpstops that prevents the contact between suspension and under armor. So what I'd like to do is get some 2" procomp coil springs with rancho shocks and get the bump stops from savvy. throw in the antirock from savvy for good measure. Sound like a good plan? This way if I want to go bigger in the future I just have to replace the springs and add on other suspension mods (control arms, traction bar...ect)

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Old 08-24-2011, 03:56 PM   #2
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Youll have to add new shocks as well. Might as well save up a little longer. You have to be close. or run another suspension system around 3 inches.

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keep saving for the savvy, currie, Rokmen, OME or Clayton Off-Road. you'll be glad you did.
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I was going to go with the pro comps coil springs on Jerry "the Jeepapedia" Bransford's recomendation. I have read at least one post by him stating that the coil springs were good quality (unlike the rest of their offerings) Everything else is basically from Savvy. I was hoping to avoid all the extra suspension mods by only going 2 inches.
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I was going to go with the pro comps coil springs on Jerry "the Jeepapedia" Bransford's recomendation. I have read at least one post by him stating that the coil springs were good quality (unlike the rest of their offerings) Everything else is basically from Savvy. I was hoping to avoid all the extra suspension mods by only going 2 inches.
i know jerry likes procomp springs for some reason, but i disagree. they seem to sag pretty bad in the rear, from what i've seen. i'd say go with BDS springs before Procomp, at least BDS has the best warranty in the business and are still priced reasonably.
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I like BDS as well.
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Old 08-24-2011, 06:03 PM   #8
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I was originally going to go with bds but I'm kind of leaning towards procomp because. 1. THE recomendation and 2. many of the reviews of the 2 inch bds springs say the lift is frequently in the 3ish inch range.

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