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12-03-2008 05:51 PM
orange05tj looks good. nice rig there.
12-03-2008 05:29 PM
azlenny Attachment 5434

Attachment 5435

Attachment 5436i already have a 2 in lift i just wanted to b diffrent heres a few pics of my jeep
12-03-2008 05:12 PM
orange05tj if your looking for a cheap way to get some lift, look around for a set of coil spacers. You can get 1" to 2" spacers. If you dont disconnect and flex to the max, you can probably run stock shocks for a while. You can get used spacers pretty cheap somewhere. A 2" spacer and you can run 32's. Even with my lift, I run a 1" spacer in the front to level it out.
12-03-2008 05:02 PM
azlenny ok the rears nedd new "coil spring" pearch so i think i am gonna give up on this little project at this point will try to sell them thanx
12-02-2008 07:19 PM
azlenny i know i just had to bust your ball$
12-02-2008 07:05 PM
orange05tj
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well i decided to try the front "coil springs" and the only mod i am gonna have to make is smaller diameter bump stops.the rear i will try tomorrow but looks alot more work than the fronts were. igained over an inch of lift in the front with the "coil springs" .pulled them out till i get new bump stops. and orange05 tj just to enlighten u coils and springs are the same go figure so dont bust my bal%% on who ever moved it and changed it thanx
Its called sarcasm.
12-02-2008 06:45 PM
azlenny well i decided to try the front "coil springs" and the only mod i am gonna have to make is smaller diameter bump stops.the rear i will try tomorrow but looks alot more work than the fronts were. igained over an inch of lift in the front with the "coil springs" .pulled them out till i get new bump stops. and orange05 tj just to enlighten u coils and springs are the same go figure so dont bust my bal%% on who ever moved it and changed it thanx
12-02-2008 10:10 AM
azlenny and if u really want a good answer the box says"coil springs" amazing
12-02-2008 10:06 AM
azlenny well i didnt start the thread on the jk side so someone moved it and rewrote it so theres your answer
12-01-2008 11:18 PM
orange05tj I was just wondering if there was a difference between a coil and a spring. Thought maybe I missed something along the way.
12-01-2008 10:55 PM
AzTJ Either way, no... the springs are completely different.
12-01-2008 10:01 PM
orange05tj first you asked if JK springs would work on a TJ, now your asking if JK coils will work on a TJ. Is there a difference?
12-01-2008 09:10 PM
azlenny
jk coils on tj

will the the jk coils work on the tj i got some from a 4 door the ride will b harsh but will they work and give me more than 2" of lift

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