umm...well...you know what...:flipoff:With pics too!
Oh! ---> :flipoff:
OK I guess I did not word this correctly I understand about one is spacers and one gives me new coils my question is what are the pros and cons spacers vs new coilsThe first one you listed is a budget boost (coil spring spacer). It comes with spacers that sit on top of the factory coil springs which raises the Jeep up.
Coild spring spacer:
The second one is a replacement coil spring that is 2 inches longer. If you can swing the extra money I'd do the longer coil springs but a budget boost is a good starting point also.
That is exactly the info I was looking for I have the money for the coil lift but wanted to know about the other if you can save 200 then hey I am all for itone of the big differences in that price is that one comes with shocks and one doesn't. you need new shocks with the budget boost also.
a coil lift is superior. it was either "rusty the scoob" on another board or stu olson that actually took out there coil lift for a spacer lift and then realized how much better a coil lift was. he said there was less nosedive when braking and better handling. a BB will definitely work but the coil lift is the way to go IMO.
i have that 2" coil lift by rustys...its great.
edit- one other thing is that when having spacers in the rear the rear coils eventually start to dig into the spacer because of the rear coil being of a wider diameter. this is another thing i've heard someone say from experience. there rear coil was digging into the spacer so he eventually went with new coils.
definitely add them.Bump stops, yes. They will prevent the tires from digging into the fenders.