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Old 08-07-2011, 05:10 PM
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Were's all the YJ with coilovers?

Whats up everyone just seeing how many people on here have gone to the coilover way? Any pros/cons on what spring rates and oils used, 3 link to 4 link? im looking to get new coilovers and seeing what ya'll think of different coilovers! Feel free to through up some shots on ride hieght seein how my wife is pregnant and my jeeps needs to loose a few inches in height but still needs to flex!

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Coilovers=expensive$$$$ check out bigshocks.com im thinking about going coilover sometime in the future

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ya i love my coilovers just want some input on ride height vs. flex. i have the rock krawler 8" coilover conversion which is AWSOME but im looking for new coilovers seeming my wife cant get into my jeep anymore lol
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a kitchen step stool can solve that issue
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thats what i was thinking to lol
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ya i love my coilovers just want some input on ride height vs. flex. i have the rock krawler 8" coilover conversion which is AWSOME but im looking for new coilovers seeming my wife cant get into my jeep anymore lol
If u r lookin for new ones, check out FOA shocks. They are great quality at a fraction of the price of a big name company like king or similar.

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