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Old 08-10-2015, 02:38 PM
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1992 Wrangler Lift Questions

I just bought a 1992 Jeep wrangler YJ. I have some questions because I bought this at an auction and don't know anything about it. Can anyone tell me if this Wrangler has lift springs on it or not? It does have a SOA and a body lift. The front springs are bent and I'm trying to find the right size to replace them.

Thank you for any help you can give me.

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Wow. It does look like more arch on the springs than stock. Does it have stacked body lift pucks? I hope nobody is driving this thing... :-)

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due to the arch I would say they are lift springs.. stock springs look flatter.. I would say 2-4" lift springs.. hard to tell exactly how tall though.
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Wow. It does look like more arch on the springs than stock. Does it have stacked body lift pucks? I hope nobody is driving this thing... :-)
The pucks look stacked to me. Wow is right, it looks kinda dangerous. Soa from my understanding is expensive if done right (or even close) .. Or tossed together and it's cheap. Aren't most of the stock steering components supposed to be changed when doing soa?
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It's a regular body lift that I plan on removing. Nobody is driving it right now. I have to change the front springs before I do anything. I'm just trying to size up the springs.
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Are their any markings on the springs? Definitely lift.. Here are my 2.5" Springs (sua)

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Judging by mine (not even a year old) your Springs look like 4".

Note the rear has factory Springs as this pic was halfway through the install.
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Are their any markings on the springs? Definitely lift.. Here are my 2.5" Springs (sua)

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Judging by mine (not even a year old) your Springs look like 4".

Note the rear has factory Springs as this pic was halfway through the install.
Thanks, would you be able to send me a pic of the rear corner of the Jeep?
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Here it is complete I can get you a rear pic when I get home.. This is all I have on my phone
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Here it is complete I can get you a rear pic when I get home.. This is all I have on my phone
Thanks, nice Jeep.

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