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Hey everyone Im running a 4 inch short arm.lift with 33 s is anyone else running this if u could put up a picture of the front and back I want to see if mines sagging it looks soo lowww...
 

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Juhcohbee said:
Hey everyone Im running a 4 inch short arm.lift with 33 s is anyone else running this if u could put up a picture of the front and back I want to see if mines sagging it looks soo lowww...
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The extra weight of that hard top and full doors is going to make a difference. I have Currie progressive rate 4" springs in the rear and run 35" on 15x10's and have plenty of room

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This is with 33's on 15x8's and it looks silly to me..

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Get some progressive rate rear springs...the Currie ones were less under $200.
 

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Juhcohbee said:
Are 2 inch coil spacers a bad idea?
Yes, bad idea..you're gonna have all kinds of issues come up at 6" of lift. You'll need adjustable control arms, SYE/ double cardan, prob have to notch skid plate...your opening a can of worms. The progressive rate springs is the way to go. IMO
 

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This is a worn out 4" RC spring that came on my jeep. Next to it is the Currie 4" progressive rate spring. Notice not only how the RC spring is sagged, but notice the difference is the spring design. The tighter coil wrap will support the extra weight you're carrying

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Overthink said:
This is a worn out 4" RC spring that came on my jeep. Next to it is the Currie 4" progressive rate spring. Notice not only how the RC spring is sagged, but notice the difference is the spring design. The tighter coil wrap will support the extra weight you're carrying
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kheiland said:
If his issue isnt sagging springs and wants a little more tire clearance.just sayin with a 4 inch lift and 33,s flats give u a little more..
I get where your comin from man, I like the sides just the back.. Idk
 

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Get an angle finder or a bubble level. Put it on your front fender, floorboard or wherever. That way you can tell if you're level or not. If your rear is lower than the front.....fenders ain't gonna fix it. You'll wind up with more tire clearance and a backwards leaning rig.
 
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