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05-19-2010 07:54 AM
McGridDLe would adding height in there mess with the drivetrain at all? when I put my 4" suspension lift on i had to drop the transfer case, so if I was to put 1 or 2" spring spacers on top of that to make up for the weight of new bumpers would I have to adjust anything else?
05-19-2010 07:32 AM
Vanimal00000 Kinda like JP said, I plan on adding them to compensate for the weight of the bumper and winch I plan to add to the front. And its a pretty straight forward install.
05-19-2010 07:14 AM
Jp90Talon If you are really bothered by it you can buy a set of JKS ACOS to toss up front and that way you can fine tune it to the height you want. I have them on the front of my LJ due to te huge bumper and winch really sagging down the front just haven't gotten around to adjusting them.
05-19-2010 06:23 AM
Neil F. The TJ has a natural rake towards the front. Many suspension lifts do wind up maintaining that same stance. As indicated a lot of people do add a 3/4 - 1" spacer to level it. As a matter of fact i Just put on a 2" BDS and the front rake seems more noticable than it was at stock height. I just got a 1" spacer that will be going on soon. IMHO, I am the other way around. Jacked up in the rear on a Jeep does not look good.
05-18-2010 08:49 PM
doclouie 3/4" spacer will lift it 3/4". Pretty common mod with lifts to even things out. I actually would rather have my front end sag rather than the rear. I see a lot of Jeep that sag in the rear and it does not look good to me, but that is just my opinion.
05-18-2010 08:30 PM
cru9
Poly spring spacers on suspension lift

I have a 4" suspension lift and the front end sags alittle. Adding the 3/4" poly spacers make that much difference? Has anybody done it? Is it something you can install at home?

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