Thanks for the help i really appreciate it!!Yeah so it looks like the lower springs aren’t inside their retainers. You could replace springs if you want to, while you’re down there and getting everything out. Otherwise just put the existing spring back into place.
Jack the Jeep up and put on jack stands. I was able to get 2” lift springs (about 19” unsprung) by supporting the Jeep with a floor jack on the frame rail behind the front tire. And using another floor jack under the differential for driver side or control arm on passenger side to let the axle droop. You can also use a spring compressor if you so wish.
Make sure when reinstalling that the lower coil spring end is seated into the little retainer before putting pressure on it.
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Yep, if you jack it up high enough to put jack stands under the frame, you should be able to droop the axle far enough to spin the springs back in. You likely need to remove the lower shock bolt to allow the additional droop.Thanks for the help i really appreciate it!!