|01-08-2011 07:04 AM|
And others taught me Lets Solve the Stock Springs Question
|01-07-2011 07:47 PM|
|seadog||Umm... what are the part numbers on your coils? Last two numbers (not letters) tell you coil strength. Daggo taught me well.|
|01-07-2011 06:53 PM|
|daggo66||Those look like stock coil isolators to me.|
|01-07-2011 05:25 PM|
I have the same size tires and wheels on my '10. From bottom of fender to top of front tire, I have ~4.5 inches. Rear tire is ~5 inches. Your gaps don't look much different than mine. Everything is stock on my Jeep until Sunday. UPS was good to me today.
I was measuring from the outside edge, not inside the fender.
|01-07-2011 05:08 PM|
|medic_23387||Are those the stock coil spring isolators or a BB lift?|
|01-07-2011 07:58 AM|
The tire size is P255/70R/18. I am including pics of the springs sorry about quality I am at work and had to take them with my phone.
|01-07-2011 07:03 AM|
|InfernoGirl||Post a pic of the tops of the springs.....|
|01-07-2011 05:51 AM|
|daggo66||It's hard to tell from that picture. The eyes can play tricks because of the way it's parked. (not on all on the same surface) At most it has a leveling kit. There are always "rubber things" on top of the springs. They are the coil spring isolators. It could be sitting higher than the X because it has 32" tires and not all X's have 32's.|
|01-07-2011 02:20 AM|
I bought an 07 wrangler sahara and I want to put 2in coil spacers on it but I think it might already have them on there. How can I tell. The jeeps sits level and is taller than my brother X model so I don't know what been done to it. I know the shocks and springs are stock. I don't know if they put a leveling kit on it or a full 2in kit. It does have rubber things on the top of all the springs but i don't know if they come like that stock or if they are are BB lift?