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Old 03-16-2015, 07:35 PM
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19 Springs-Where to buy online?

Like the title says looking for a pair the replace the 18's up front after my winch install. I would like to steer clear of the local dealer.

Any help appreciated.

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There are plenty of MOPAR online dealers like moparonlineparts.com where you can order them. If you already have 18 coils consider a set of 06AA (10A coils) and get rid of some of the rake while you are it. Otherwise look for used ones on the Forum For Sale forum or Craigslit.

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How much lift do the 10 springs give over the #18? I'd like to get back what I lose from the added weight and lose half the rake.
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There are plenty of MOPAR online dealers like moparonlineparts.com where you can order them. If you already have 18 coils consider a set of 06AA (10A coils) and get rid of some of the rake while you are it. Otherwise look for used ones on the Forum For Sale forum or Craigslit.
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Since you already have 18's, going to 19's won't gain you much.
Your best to go with the 10A springs. The 68196006AA is designed for the 10A 4 door Hard Top. These will give you the most lift from a Chrysler/Jeep factory spring.......
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^^^This!!!!! Since you already have 18's, going to 19's won't gain you much. Your best to go with the 10A springs. The 68196006AA is designed for the 10A 4 door Hard Top. These will give you the most lift from a Chrysler/Jeep factory spring.......
I'll 3rd the motion... The 19's are only good for about 1/4" from the18's and you likely lost more than that. Go with 10A springs or use a set of 1" Teraflex spring spacers for $32.
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I put on synergy 1". If you are going to change coil springs go with something quality. I assume you have a JKU, this gives about 1 1/4" on a stock JKU with a winch. They are progressive and are significantly better than stock.
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I went to #19 springs (from, I think, #14) on the front of my 2dr Rubi and added a Zeon 10s and Rampage bumper. Got the springs as dealer takeoffs for $50. on ebay.

While there I added 3/4" pucks and netted a 2" lift.

Then I added #60 in the rear and gained 1" over my #17 stockers.

Now the Jeep is level and much better.

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