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Just bought a 95 yj with a 4 inch suspention lift and 33's , The rear axle shock mount is worn out, I was looking at the warrior lift spring skid plates, that have a built in shock mount. http://www.quadratec.com/products/16038_02.htm. is this a good option or not, can't find any reviews. any thoughts?

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You said rear shock mount, the link up there is for the front, and they are incorrect, the screw in mount is for swaybar end links...






Personally I would not waste a nickel on warrior products...

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Dumb answer for noob - fix the shock mount

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You said rear shock mount, the link up there is for the front, and they are incorrect, the screw in mount is for swaybar end links...


Personally I would not waste a nickel on warrior products...
just click on it from the forum hyper link leads to the Warrior Products Rear U-Bolt Skid Plates, Leaf spring U-Bolt Skid Plates have a screw-in shock stud on the plate
Off the install instruction = Install your WARRIOR skid plates making sure that the studs can be installed to accommodate your sway bar or shock absorber
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