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Old 11-15-2014, 01:48 PM
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Can someone tell me the ratings on coil springs. Such as 14/55 and 19/60 ect. How do you tell the difference? What do the numbers mean?

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Can someone tell me the ratings on coil springs. Such as 14/55 and 19/60 ect. How do you tell the difference? What do the numbers mean?
This should help you to understand everything regarding JK springs: Lets Solve the Stock Springs Question

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You can tell the difference by looking at the tag. The higher numbers are taller/stiffer. The is no rule as to what you get however 4 doors with hardtops and tow packages tend to come with the higher numbers. It makes no difference if it is a Sport, Sahara, or Rubicon.
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