3 months ago I had a Rough Country 3-1/4” Lift kit installed (basically a 2-1/2” with 3/4” Coil Spacers with new shocks) on my 99 TJ. Then about three weeks ago, while we were doing some trail climbing up a forest hill, I hit a large tree root a little harder and faster than I prefer. Afterwards, while I was washing the rig, I noticed the right side of the vehicle seemed to sag and after looking closer, there was a about a 3/4” sag on the right front and 1/2" on the right rear. I’m not sure when the sag occurred or what may have caused it either.
I took it to the Rough Country vendor who installed it and he said it looked like the front coil spring had collapsed some. He called Rough Country and they sent a new coil which he installed (installation not warranted, so more $$). After he was finished, he brought it outside during a heavy rainfall and after a quick look at it, we both thought it was OK. When I got home and put it in the garage, I noticed the new coil didn’t work.
So I took a lot of pictures and sent them to Rough Country and they sent me one new front coil (again) and one new rear coil. I installed them myself this time (saved $$$), even rotated the coils that were not being replaced to the right side and put the new coils on the left side. AFTER 6 HRS, IT STILL DIDN’T FIX THE SAG.
Has anyone got any ideas?