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Topic Review (Newest First)
09-13-2005 04:03 AM
riggerking It looks good!!! I think the BB is my next move.
09-12-2005 12:38 AM
JeepGirlSurf sorry tech problems here is a big pic of the one i accidently shrunk
09-11-2005 10:49 PM
JeepGirlSurf
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Originally Posted by riggerking
Show some pics please.
Here are a few from the day I bought it



Here are a few 6 months later after I added the springs. Its not a huge difference but notice how it sits much higher than the Grand behind it.



Like I said the difference is small but it will help once I add the BB. I notice it because I kick the tub of the Jeep when I get in b/c I'm not used to it being a little taller.
09-11-2005 03:30 PM
riggerking Show some pics please.
09-10-2005 01:31 PM
JeepGirlSurf I have rubi springs on my TJ it did give me about 1 inch of lift. They are only about 1/2 an inch longer but they are stiffer. I like mine I plan on adding a bb to it also so I can have even more lift for a cheap price. I'll show you pics of mine if you want.
BTW: I have the 4.0L
09-07-2005 11:05 AM
4Jeepn If you going to go to all the trouble to remove your current springs and install some rubi springs, for the 1"or less lift,,, just get some coil spacers for a true 2" lift using your current springs, you can keep your stock shocks if you want, or upgrade of course.
09-07-2005 02:09 AM
1BLKJP Yeah, it's not constant on everyones junk. Some get some lift some don't. I think that most of the people that get some lift out of it are running the 4 cyl.
09-06-2005 04:29 PM
khenderson if i'm not mistaken, they are the same height, just a different spring rate. however, if you have old springs like i do that have settled, the new ones will give you an inch or so.
09-06-2005 03:58 PM
PaulW
Rubicon Springs (TJ) (Factory Lift???)

Hi,

I've seen Rubicon springs for sale that were taken off of stock Rubicons where the seller claims that these springs will provide a 1 inch lift to a regular TJ. Is that correct?

Thanks,
Paul

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