Ok thank you. I did the lift thee other day with the full s10 pack in the rear added to the xj main and then the tbird could in the front. Did anyone leave the stock xj coil isolaters on with the tbird coils? The lift turned out great. Got about 4.5" of lift in the rear and about 4" of lift in the front. She rides alot better now then stock. I left the stock xj coil isolatetoff when putting the tibrds coils on, I was thinking about puttin them back on to level it with the rear? Or maybe using some camaro coil isolaters I got from the the junkyard?
I have a three inch procomp on my cherokee that is about 10 years old so my leafs are sagginf do you think i could just use Dakota or s10 leafs to get back my 3 inches? If so how would i go about doing that? And could i do tbird coils with out new brake lines?
I left the stock isolators there. You can net more or less lift depending on how you put the tbird strut plate on. About 1" up or down. I would suggest you put the isolator on to dampen the load a bit
I bought two new Thunderbird Coils from a company on ebay. They were super cheap but New so I skipped out on going to the junk yard. But I don't have the thunderbird strut plate. What does that mean? Will this not allow me to attach it to the XJ? I have been searching but can't find a definitive answer on this.