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Old 11-28-2014, 08:58 AM
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Level rear JK....

I have an after mkt rear bumper,and when I put a hitch mounted "carrier" and load a deer(I use mine for hunting) the rear drops quite a bit....What is the fix?....I don't want to raise the height if not necessary....All I really want is a stiffer rear end ...??? Any suggestions? Load Leveler?

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I have an after mkt rear bumper,and when I put a hitch mounted "carrier" and load a deer(I use mine for hunting) the rear drops quite a bit....What is the fix?....I don't want to raise the height if not necessary....All I really want is a stiffer rear end ...??? Any suggestions? Load Leveler?
You might take a look at OME sprigs. They make coils for that type of app, rears and fronts....
Linear type coils are more suited for that ....

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You might take a look at OME sprigs. They make coils for that type of app, rears and fronts....
Linear type coils are more suited for that ....
Tell me more!...Just rear springs? ....How about the shocks! I used Monroe Load levelers on my old truck to keep it from swaying in a corner???
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What about 28xl Rancho 9000 adjustable shocks ?

I normally would say spacers but what happens when there's no load back there ? You're going have a massive rake.

Shocks --unless designed for it --do not provide height. A stiffer shock will help take load of the coils. The 9000's are a adjustable shocks 1 being super soft and 9 being super stiff... Good for towing and weight.
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