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11-13-2007 06:25 PM
NY94YJ Leaf springs position stay the same.....as the Frame is staying the same. The Leaf Spring Mounts on the Axles are what need to me moved. Make the Axle fit the Jeep .... not the Jeep fit the Axle.
11-13-2007 03:56 PM
honda316
YJ leaf springs adjustment

hi man, i think the 3rd result might be useful for you: wrangler yj adjust leaf springs
11-13-2007 03:11 PM
Rollinwranglers im trying to put the axels on my wrangler but i was told that the leaf springs had to be adjusted so it fits the frame.
11-13-2007 02:42 PM
Odd is he
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Originally Posted by Rollinwranglers View Post
I got 2 full size axels out of a chevy suburban do i need to move the leaf springs and or any other adjustments?
Move them as is in stretch your wheelbase? adjustments?

Please give us some more info on what your trying to acheive
11-13-2007 11:23 AM
Rollinwranglers
Leaf Spring movment?

I got 2 full size axels out of a chevy suburban do i need to move the leaf springs and or any other adjustments?

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