ok, i have a 1990 yj thats pretty much stock.. getting some 33s, and and a 4 inch rc lift and possibly some sway bar disconnects within a few weeks now.. Now, im not nearly as knowledgable as anybody on here, and i dont know much about vehicles in general.. but i was wondering how to achieve some decent flex on my wrangler.. Will the 4inch rc lift and the quick disconnects give me some decent flex? what else should i do to gain flex? suggestions, pictures, links to read.. anything would be helpful.. Thank you!
To add value to what they are saying you will not need those items because that is what the leaf springs are really doing. They are not going to let the axle move because each leaf is held in place on the frame to two spots and then once to the axle. You might notice a little more body roll but nothing unsafe.
YOU ONLY NEED TWO TOOLS IN LIFE - WD-40 AND DUCT TAPE. IF IT DOESN'T MOVE AND SHOULD, USE THE WD-40. IF IT SHOULDN'T MOVE AND DOES, USE THE DUCT TAPE.
IF YOU CAN'T FIX IT WITH A HAMMER, YOU'VE GOT AN ELECTRICAL PROBLEM.
As long as you keep in mind "you're driving a Jeep". you should be OK, just no high speed cornering. If you decide to do a SOA, use the stock springs. It's your DD and SOA w/stock springs will net you 5" to 5.5" of lift. Any higher and they're no fun to drive on-road.
Ero sum: aut viam inveniam aut faciam = I will either find a way or make one
I can run my yj 4" lift w/33's on the highway with no sway no trac bars.. rides fine for a lifted jeep, 65-70mph no problems when I hit a bump, and these would be bumps that would have sent my TJ into death wobble.
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