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It bends the springs right ahead of the rear Dif. that's on a SOA lift.
 

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It's easier to see than feel. The axle torque translates to the spring to the point where the axle twists the spring out of shape. Almost never permanent, the spring will return to its normal shape when you let off the gas.
 

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Haha it goes thump thump thump and if you keep on the gas you get a thrown driveshaft and prolly snap the ears off your yolk. My old yj sprung over did this with weak stock springs.
 

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I learned this in 1971, I had a Ford Fairlane GT with a Hi Po 289 and it bent the springs, I had to replace them and add traction bars.
 

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on mine it feels like a vibration on hard acceleration on pavement
axle wrap allows dif input to rotate up causing drive shaft issues
 
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