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03-09-2011 01:10 PM
Ibuildembig Really doesnt matter, if its lifted the stock shocks will be too short to reach.
03-09-2011 12:40 PM
alexace
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Originally Posted by Ibuildembig
Just measure the distance between mounting bolts and call a shock supply house and tell them...they can make a recommendation
Is this supposed to be done with the old shocks on or off?
03-09-2011 10:07 AM
Ibuildembig Here's what I am using....Rough Country 8113 and 8170
03-08-2011 12:50 PM
Ibuildembig ok I will try to remember to get the numbers off the boxes tonight for you
03-08-2011 12:36 PM
Rcordero
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Originally Posted by Ibuildembig
or if your running stock springs on the SOA I can give you the part numbers I am using
That would be great. I bought the jeep lifted already and they do look like stock. The welds on the perches look home made.
03-08-2011 12:31 PM
Ibuildembig or if your running stock springs on the SOA I can give you the part numbers I am using
03-08-2011 12:21 PM
Rcordero Thanks.
03-08-2011 11:22 AM
Ibuildembig Just measure the distance between mounting bolts and call a shock supply house and tell them...they can make a recommendation
03-08-2011 11:14 AM
Rcordero Anyone?
03-07-2011 02:57 PM
Rcordero How do I know what size shocks to use.
03-07-2011 01:18 PM
Ibuildembig Id say stockers unless you wanna go bigger. If you wanna do that, I would look into having some made. Most aftermarket springs are too stiff IMO
03-07-2011 01:16 PM
Rcordero Any other thoughts?
03-07-2011 10:05 AM
Rcordero
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Originally Posted by myblack89yj
it all depends on what tire size your running right now and if you want to go up in size. me personally i have the SOA with 2.5 lift springs and now i dont like the ride. ive chosen to change back to OEM springs.
I bought the jeep with the lift so I assuming they are stock, jeep was not taken care of. I am running on 33's not to crazy, don't need to rock crawl or anything like that.
03-07-2011 01:23 AM
myblack89yj it all depends on what tire size your running right now and if you want to go up in size. me personally i have the SOA with 2.5 lift springs and now i dont like the ride. ive chosen to change back to OEM springs.
03-07-2011 01:17 AM
Rcordero Can anyone help?
03-06-2011 09:55 AM
Rcordero
SOA Lift refresh

If I keep my jeep I will need to refresh the SOA the springs are flat and one has a bad bend. Questions cab I just use OEM springs or are there better springs out there also what size shocks are needed? Am I better off buying a lift kit?

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