had my 2.5 inch lift on for 5 months and the winch on for a month. the front end of my 95 yj is now 2.5 inchs lower than the back. i have a 10,00lb winch and winch plate on.
I have the old springs still (which obviously arnt as curved as the newer lifted ones) but can i use these in anyway to add-a-leaf to my spring pack or something? or is a lift block or longer shackles the way to go?
when i finished the lift i actually got 4 " over what was on there and the back hasnt sagged at all! so it makes it look really odd with the front being lower!
When mine sagged in the rear I did an add a leaf and it fixed it. But if your springs are old...and I see you have the worst springs available (procomp) just buy a new set. I can say that because I had pro comp too.
Try adding a leaf or swap the front springs with the back and hopefully all will even out. I can't believe they sagged that much, that sucks.
kevyj87 '87 I6 5spd, 215,000+ miles, Herced, Nuttered, Weber, HEI, RE 4", 1" BL, 4:11's, np231, 33x12.5's, SYE & shaft, 1" brown dog mm, home made bumpers front & rear, Ramsey 8,000lb winch
I put a winch on mine and it didnt sag it that much at all. Winches arent that heavey where they would sag it half the difference.
i had an old school 12k LB ramsey winch on the front of my jeep for a while til i down graded to an 8k LB winch and i have had this second one for bout a year now with little to no sag at all..... i thinkin u may be havein another problem....
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