I'm not familiar with DC suspensions... I thought they only made tires LOL
but... if the springs are still healthy, there are some things you can do to smooth it out a little and quiet it down some.
disassemble the packs and hit each leaf with wire brush on a drill to remove flaked paint & surface rust. Find a Tractor Supply (or similar) store and get some "slip plate" paint... it's a maint with graphite in it, often used for plows and other farm stuff to minimize dirt sticking and ease cleanup. paint each individual leaf with slip plate.
call a local spring shop and ask if they'll sell you (or even GIVE you sometimes) a few strips of teflon inserts... rather than a 2 1/2" square pad at the end of each leaf, these are full length strips of teflon you put in between each leaf.
with some heat (torch) and pliers, bend the crimp style clamps so they point straight up... then drill a hole through the clamp ears and put a bolt across with a piece of tubing on it, turning it into a bolt style clamp.
I did this on the rear Rancho leaves way back when I had an 87 XJ... night and day difference
if you've already got the height you're wanting, it's a much less expensive alternative, just the cost of the slip-plate paint, some teflon strips, a couple bolts and maybe some new shocks.
Sean B. - Schenectady, NY - 95 YJ, 350/700r4/NP241, JB Shorty SYE, 8.8 rear, 2" BDS, 1" homebrew shackles, Daystar 1" BL, TJ flares, 35x12.50 General Grabber AT2 on 15x10 Bart D-Truckers, Polyshield polycarbonate windshield, HD over/under crossover steering
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