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02-09-2011 04:45 PM
UnlimitedLJ04 I've already given multiple solutions in the other thread.
See again: http://www.wranglerforum.com/f5/boug...got-78933.html

1. Buy a measuring tape. Take the following measurements:
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2. Now Read these links:
3. Now prepare to fix the problem in one of three ways.
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you'll need a welder to fix the terrible RC shock problem:
low lift, long shocks, and DIY shock shifters... what's the advantage? - JeepForum.com
^heck you can print those images out and take that to 4wp and have whatever monkey they have welding that day extend your shock mounts.
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just buy shorter shocks, or
Ok, so you appear to have decided to buy shorter shocks. Now go back to the other thread again and read what I've said twice now:
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go with a set of Old Man Emu N67's. you'll need 1.5" rear bumpstop extensions. buy a set of 2" rear upper bumpstop extensions from Rubicon Express and cut 1/2" off them. you'll more than double the uptravel you have now and it will ride nicely.

call up DPG Off-Road:
www.dpgoffroad.com
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kill most of the uptravel with bumpstop extension.
This means buying about 3" of bumpstop extension and referencing that picture above. You need both measurements to be equal....do the basic subtraction and find out how much bumpstop you need. Buy that much length in bumpstop extension and install them.
02-09-2011 05:16 AM
mlawson2389
anybody who.works at 4wheel parts help!

I just bought my03 tj a few wks ago well I just noticed that for the size lift it has and the tires the shocks aren't short enough and I may also need longer bump stops, anybody work at 4wheel parts that's could give me advise?

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