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09-02-2010 08:24 PM
elginbike Thanks!
09-02-2010 06:40 PM
Barrie I have ZJ V8 springs in the front of mine.
09-02-2010 06:33 PM
lakai050 Zj springs would work I have 2 in heavy ome to support the weight of my bumper and winch if you didn't want a lift I hear the stock ones will work as well
09-02-2010 06:24 PM
elginbike
I need larger diameter springs tj

I just put a plow on my 99 Sport and would like to put heavier duty springs on the front. I would like either just a heavier spring ( I will put my poly spacers back in ) or a heavier spring with a 2" lift. The ride is real mushy with the stock springs. I am not worried too much of to siff I only use this jeep around town mostly. I read somewhere on here the Ford F150 springs may work but I cannot find the post. Thanks Mike

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