|03-20-2007 11:53 PM|
many shops in the US don´t want to ship to europe...
i started a thread in that i ask for addresses of jeep part dealers that will ship to germany...
|03-20-2007 11:49 PM|
|jherrin215||Oh that really sucks!! He might be able to point you to somebody.|
|03-20-2007 04:05 PM|
btw. DPG can´t deliver outside the USA...
do you know another shop that can ship to europe...?
|03-20-2007 03:25 PM|
|03-20-2007 01:34 PM|
|jherrin215||Call Dirk at DPG offroad and he can help you out and get you set up!!|
|03-20-2007 11:56 AM|
|nicolas-eric||i use the TJ as my daily driver. but i will not cary heavy things. for holidays or other longer trips i always drive another car.|
|03-20-2007 08:29 AM|
|mud707||How big is your spare? are you going to cary a Hi-lift jack in the back eventually or any racks? Think of what you might end up installing on your jeep and then go from there.|
|03-20-2007 08:02 AM|
I don't have a clue....but you could always try calling EMU direclty and asking them....they should be able to help you pick the right one.
So you don't like the raked look on your Jeep huh?
|03-19-2007 07:03 PM|
OME springs - Need advice...!
at the moment i have 2" spacers over the stock TJ springs.
i want to replace that with some 2" OME springs because the handling isn´t very good and the front is about 2" lower than the rear.
OME has two different springs for the front (OME932-light load / OME933-heavy load) and two different for the rear (OME941-light load / OME942-heavy load.
beacause of my heavy front bumper and the sagged front with the stock (rubicon) front springs i think i should order the HD springs for the front.
but what´s about the back? HD or LD springs?
i want that the front is as high as the back with the new OME springs.
i drive a '06 TJ 4.0L with auto tranny and AC.
what springs should i order? what would you do...?
thanks in advance.
here´s a pic of the sagged front (fuel-tank is full and a 80 kg person is on the rear seat):
and pics of the installed parts/bumpers: