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Unread 06-22-2010, 01:01 AM   #1
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can we discuss waggy springs?

im wanting info and pics...

i know the fronts give about 2 inches of stretch at either end of the yj, so 4" total.

and apparently the rears are the same demensions as xj rears [6 in stretch?].

and sua the fronts give about 2" of lift. what about the rears?

ive heard once that they are really soft, and to carry spares. input?

as far as running waggy fronts on the front of the yj. school me on the steering. i have a pitman arm off a zj, idk the exact drop [3 or 4" i think]

in my case, my brake lines are good for about any amount of stretch in the rear

im pretty sure ill be using the fronts on the front of mine, but havent decided on a the rear suspension.

^^^thats a lie.
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