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I wasn't planning to do a build thread so I didn't take pictures of the measurements. But I figured there might be some other new Jeep owners that might like to see the difference between stock shocks and springs and Rubicon takeoff shocks and springs. I went from 16/56 to 18/60. It might drop a little when I change out the front and rear bumpers and add a winch.

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Combined (before on the left and right, after in the middle):

 

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neat show & tell!

thanks for the photo show
 

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Nice work on the photos. Do you wheel rubs when you flex the suspension?
 

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Cool pics! Anyone want to buy a set of 2012 Rubicon shocks/springs?

LOL!

No, seriously...:)
 

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Nice work on the photos. Do you wheel rubs when you flex the suspension?
I haven't had the chance to properly flex the suspension. The only rubbing I've noticed is when the wheel is cut fully to one side. The tires seem to rub on the air dam. But that'll be taken care of when my stubby bumper gets delivered.
 

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Stock mine came with 14/55 coils. I installed a teraflex leveling kit then later added Rubicon 18/59 coils and gained a total of 3.75 in the front and 2.5 in the rear. I just had my 35"s mounted and have no rub yet. The intermediate course at Jeep Beach will further educate me next week. LOL.
 
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