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Old 05-07-2017, 03:23 PM
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Opinions on this JKUR "Frankenlift"

So this will be my 2nd lifted Jeep and I'd like to improve upon what I did with the first one. The first time around I went with a TeraFlex 3" lift, Rock Krawler adjustable lower arms and RS9000 shocks. That setup was excellent but was still a bit stiffer than stock.
Consensus here on the boards is that the Evo Plush springs are softer and was thinking about giving them a try.

So, my thought was to use all the TF parts I used before, with the Evo springs (minus the spring spacers as it appears Evo doesn't use them in their kits) and the same RS9000 shocks. Anyone try this or have an opinion why I shouldn't?

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