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05-14-2013 07:00 PM
Jeepzero1 So what happened is this...

Had a 2 inch spacer lift for a while.
Saw the deal rancho had for the rebate on the 9000 shocks and front springs.

Amazon only had the kit for the unlimited.

Doing some reading it seemed the kits for the 4 door and 2 door were the same just different spacers for the rear.

So i figure im already 2 inches in the back just throw the springs on.
kind of worked but with my winch i ended up with about 3 (and its a guess it could be 4) inch in the front.

ETA: did not put the front spacers back on.
05-14-2013 06:47 PM
Daniel_M
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Originally Posted by Jeepzero1 View Post
Bit of a long story and i don't "want" to do that just looking at possibilities.

Front end is sitting 1/2 higher than the back with half a tank of gas.
You currently on spacers and stock springs? Pick up some 19/60 springs off CL and run your current spacers.

-Dan
05-14-2013 06:43 PM
UnlimitedLJ04
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Is it possible/wise/safe to stack Coil spacers.

Say 1/2 inch on top of a 2 inch?
look up something called coil bind.
05-14-2013 06:40 PM
Jeepzero1 Bit of a long story and i don't "want" to do that just looking at possibilities.

Front end is sitting 1/2 higher than the back with half a tank of gas.
05-14-2013 06:36 PM
jkjeeper06 I don't believe it's good to do. I believe daystar makes spacers all the way up to 3". If you were set on a budget boost you could go that route
05-14-2013 06:33 PM
Daniel_M I wouldn't. Why would you want to do that?? Just buy an actual spring lift.

-Dan
05-14-2013 06:26 PM
Jeepzero1
Coil Spacers

Is it possible/wise/safe to stack Coil spacers.

Say 1/2 inch on top of a 2 inch?

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