|02-20-2007 11:49 AM|
|02-20-2007 10:17 AM|
|jbone303||I guess I'll have to fab something up. There is only one way to try. Trial and error I guess|
|02-20-2007 08:20 AM|
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|02-19-2007 09:48 PM|
|MR.CLIFFORD||man this thread makes my head hurt|
|02-19-2007 09:41 PM|
|02-19-2007 08:39 PM|
might want to borrow a speing compressor, though :o
|02-19-2007 08:38 PM|
|affende||swap in f/r coils from a V8 ZJ ... perfect fit ... netted me about 1.5" all around|
|02-19-2007 08:19 PM|
|NWilhelm||you take your springs from the front of YOUR jeep and jam them in the back... or get some coil spacers|
|02-19-2007 08:24 AM|
|jbone303||Thanks but if i do the front what do i do for the rear|
|02-19-2007 05:19 AM|
|4Jeepn||You want to use Zj springs from a V8 as they will give you I think 2" of lift or there abouts, this if for the front only. As far as Ride Quality go's, its a jeep not a Lexus, so get over it.|
|02-18-2007 10:16 PM|
Well, since it appears no one else wants to give you a straight answer, I will .
As far as diameter go TJ, XJ, ZJ, and WJ all have the same diameter front coils.
TJ are larger diameter in the rear.
XJ uses leafs in the rear.
ZJ are same diameter front and rear.
WJ uses larger diameter in the rear but the post hole is larger than the TJ coils (for stock, not the case in aftermarket usually).
XJ, ZJ, and WJ coils are longer than TJ (ie a stock XJ coil will lift a TJ ~1").
|02-18-2007 10:15 PM|
|MR.CLIFFORD||2 words. Ride Quality|
|02-18-2007 10:10 PM|
|jherrin215||if the ZJ springs are a straight up swap and lift the jeep then why do more people not just go this route when lifting one?|
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|kg4kpg||I've heard ZJ springs will fit and raise a TJ.|
|02-18-2007 08:58 PM|
|lost||as far as I know the front springs will swap right in, you might have some trouble with the rears tho!|
|02-18-2007 08:34 PM|
need taller springs
I read on hear that i could put on springs from a cherokee. Is there any truth to this. I cant find the thread. Thanks for any help.