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02-26-2014 10:56 PM
Club1234 The bottom of the fenders is where I measured. Really I may have 3in lift at the front. I just did not measure prior to the install.
02-26-2014 08:25 PM
macaw1us To what point are you measuring to on the fenders?

The bottom or the top?
02-26-2014 07:31 PM
mattr Oops just saw you have an unlimited, nevermind
02-26-2014 07:30 PM
mattr
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Originally Posted by DeftonesRSweet View Post
I see Tyler... well I have a 13' JKUR with stock suspension. I want enough lift/leveling to make it not look totally stock & have the possibility of 35 inch tires down the road. Suggestion. 2" budget lift, high dollar lift, or try out anniversary springs first???
I have tons of pics in my build thread
The link is in my signature
02-26-2014 03:56 PM
DeftonesRSweet I see Tyler... well I have a 13' JKUR with stock suspension. I want enough lift/leveling to make it not look totally stock & have the possibility of 35 inch tires down the road. Suggestion. 2" budget lift, high dollar lift, or try out anniversary springs first???
02-26-2014 11:12 AM
UgaTyler JKUR springs are beefier than JKR springs and the 10A springs for A JKUR are even beefier. If you add these springs to a 2 door you will see a height increase. Nothing else needed to add. Someone with a 2 door sport or Sahara could see quite a bit of height increase just by adding 10A 4 door springs.
02-26-2014 06:42 AM
topbanana Interesting, the spring #'s are a totally different series (10th Ann) yet the results are almost identical to my 17/18 (front) 59 (rear) swap from a JKU to my JK 2d. Would be highly suspicious of paying big bucks for 10 Ann springs if all they are is renumbered old editions!
topbanana
02-24-2014 06:51 PM
Club1234 That's right. Anniversary springs were a bit taller, especially moving to 4 door springs. My jeep currently measures 39in to front fender and 38 to rear fender, I didn't measure before but can tell it is higher. I figure once I add bumper and winch it will be even.
02-24-2014 05:03 PM
DeftonesRSweet So you mean to tell me the stock Rubicon doesn't sit as high as the 10th Anniversary Rubicon due to different springs? So are their shocks the same as our stock Rubicons? I guess I didn't know that...

If that's the case, then I will buy the springs as well. A 1.5 inch lift would be perfect in my opinion. Anything else needed?
02-24-2014 11:41 AM
Club1234
Just installed 10th anniversary springs

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I have received helpful info from this site regarding this so wanted to post pictures of my 2014 Wrangler with 2013 10th Anniversary springs. Spring #'s installed were Front 68196006AA and Rear 68024461AA. Gave me I would say 1.5 to 2 inch lift all around. Very happy with it really no difference in ride quality and no other changes were needed not even an alignment. The springs that came stock were 14's on the front and 56's on the rear.

This weekend I have Rampage recovery front bumper and quadratec 9500is winch being installed will post more photos when completed. Anyone else running this winch?

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