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Old 10-07-2014, 01:35 AM
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Question Can you identify these odd aluminum 2" lift spacers?

These were on my '03 Rubicon when I bought it, they drop the coil and the bumpstop 2" at the same time.

1) Who makes/made them?

2) Are they considered "BB" spacers or not (in another thread there was much misunderstanding that my "BB" was lowering my bumpstops - my understanding was that anything that's not full-spring travel is a BB, like leaf spring blocks and longer u-bolts, or any coil spacer like this one).

3) How come they are not common / popular? Is there something poor about this design?

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