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Has anyone used these after adding a lot of weight?

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Ok I have a 4" lift and from the day I did the install it has settled a lot expected but as all jeepers feel its just to low now. I have a jku and about to have some PSC steel brawler rockers installed and then the next day I will be adding the PSC front steel bumper and a 12k winch I know I am gong to get some sag so I am looking for a fix wandering if these will work or what you guys think I should do?


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I am not sure but you might be able to get a better set of springs for the same price? Seams the performance could be better to me if going with a different spring vs adding a spacer. But then again you wouldn't be able to adjusted anything.

I do know there are a few people on this forum running these spacers though.
 

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I am not sure but you might be able to get a better set of springs for the same price? Seams the performance could be better to me if going with a different spring vs adding a spacer. But then again you wouldn't be able to adjusted anything.

I do know there are a few people on this forum running these spacers though.

Thats what I was thinking man I was really thinking about running 6" springs with that much weight. and if works run the fox 4-6" res shocks. think that would work fine I cant see why not?
 

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Adding spacers and reservoir shocks will not fix the issue of the added weight and settling. You need a stiffer spring rate to compensate for the added weight of bumpers, other gear, and the anticipated sag rate.
 

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What coils do you have ?
Coils usually settle but it depends on rating/progressive or linear, if if will sag or not.
Install the bumper/rockers and see what happens. Spacers are a option or a better coil "if" there is sagging. Synergy coils are progressive,
and there are many sizes to choose from.
 
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