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10-04-2008 03:11 PM
orange05tj leave the factory insulator. I use a 1" spacer in the front of mine and its level now.
10-04-2008 01:52 PM
Jerry Bransford I would leave the factory rubber spring isolator in place whether I was adding a spacer or installing new springs.
10-04-2008 01:28 PM
Spacer lift ?

Well my jeep has a heavy bumper and winch in the front,so it dips down more than i would like,so im thinking of putting on some of those coil spring spacers just in the front to bring it back up 1 1/2in. My ? is it better to take out the stock rubber and just put the puck in or combine these two? Or does it even matter? Thanks

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