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Whats the advantage of Rubi coils?

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I'm looking to put Rubi coils in my stock TJ. Is there an advantage over stock Sport springs?
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looking to get stiffer ride and was hoping to get a little hieght since my winch sags the crappy stock springs. Dont want to waste my time installing them if its not worth it
 

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Are your front springs sagging? How heavy is your front bumper? Do you have a rear tire carrier or anything heavy on the back?
Nothing on the back, just a winch on the front. I installed spacers over the weekend and it sit somewhat level now but the stock springs suck. I thought Rubi springs would be better, but I'll pass on putting them in if its not benificial.
 

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I'd say in your instance here they will probably do exactly what you want. Old sagging springs on a 97 or so TJ are reaching the point where they are getting tired especially with the weight that we put on them with winches and those big ass ARB Bumpers that Scout used to think were cool. :D

This instance I agree it would not be a waste of time for you to do this.
 
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