08-24-2015, 11:28 AM
I drive Papa Smurf
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Join Date: Jan 2014
Location: Gilbert, AZ
To be clear, there are no Rubicon springs, just springs with different free lengths. It's entirely possible your sport has the same springs as the Rubicon had. Could be different too... The best results are achieved when adding 4dr springs to a 2dr.
There are tags on the springs, read the last 2 numbers before the 2 letters. The fronts range from 12 to 19 and the rears from 52 to 60. Each number is approximately 1/4" longer than the previous number. So 4 numbers (like 14's to 18's) will give you about 1". Make sense?
As for the Rubicon shocks, I found them to be an upgrade at near stock ride heights. If you add much lift, you should replace the shocks with a longer shock and add the appropriate bump stops. Then you are making a noticeable upgrade.
2006 LJ Rubicon - Solar Yellow - Very Stock'ish - The Press Casual LJ-R build
2012 JKU Sahara - Pro Comp LED Headlights
- PRS Audio mod- SWS - GraBars - Bestop Cargo Cover
- Mopar 2" Frankenlift - Teraflex Falcon Shocks - RE TB/Brackets
- JKS mount/Bilstein stabilizer -
Rugged Ridge XHD bumper - Yukon Gears - G2 Diff Covers - Pro Comp 8186 - Milestar Patagonia 35's - Teraflex BRK - TORQ Locker - 1310 Driveshaft - PowerTrax Grip Pro - Full Core 4x4 Control Arms and Track Bars