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Old 02-13-2018, 07:56 PM
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JKU Springs on JK

I have a 2 door JK and a friend has a JKUR and he removed factory springs and they are the 18/59 part numbers. I hear you can install them on a 2 door and get about 2" lift from it. Does it require any other parts are do I just put them on and everything is good? I don't mind if I have to buy track bar relocate or shock extenders. Just would like to know what others were successful with.

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I have a 2 door JK and a friend has a JKUR and he removed factory springs and they are the 18/59 part numbers. I hear you can install them on a 2 door and get about 2" lift from it. Does it require any other parts are do I just put them on and everything is good? I don't mind if I have to buy track bar relocate or shock extenders. Just would like to know what others were successful with.
This may be helpful. https://www.wranglerforum.com/f274/jk...jk-200906.html

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@jaysong . Thanks
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It seems pretty straight forward
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I completed this swap. I measured everything including axles moving side to side. I gained a solid 2". The axle moved less than a 1/16th of an inch. Shocks do not bottom out. It rides and drives great. I haven't changed anything else at this point.
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Did you take pics? Before and after shots?

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