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Old 11-03-2015, 11:45 AM
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07 JKU Spring question

I'm wondering if i should replace my 07 JKU springs...I don't know if they are worn any at all, but i found some factory 15 JKUR hard rock springs on the list for almost nothing...

Not thinking that these are an answer to a lift, just thinking it would be an upgrade to some possiblly old wearing out springs??

Thank you for your answers in advance

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Has anyone with an older Jk experienced sag in their springs??

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Look for the tag numbers on the springs for the level of spring. The last two #'s correspond to the spring rate. I believe it is 50 to 00 (60). 60 is the most resistive. From what I learned here the factory has no rhyme or reason to what springs go on the Jeep you own. New springs might be softer than what you have now. If the springs have a specific failure problem then just look around for the springs you want.
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