alright now I need a set or rear springs.. both bottom leafs on driver side cracked and fell off so its sagging a bit on that side so should I look for a used rear set of springs or get like a 1.5, 2 inch lift springs
2.5 is on the end of the range more because of the drive shaft. Most kits come with the tcase drop. That is easy. You can not replace just 2 so eliminate that option. If you are looking for good used springs try the guy I mentioned.
ahh ok.. I found some factory springs on ebay that are new for cheaper than lift springs so idk what I wanna do either get new factory springs or lift springs
It all depends on what you see yourself doing with your jeep, if you have any inclination of taking your jeep off-road (which you would want to it's a jeep haha) you will certainly benefit a lot more from 2.5 inches of suspension lift than just stock springs and a body lift. Flex will greatly improve and what not. If you get stock springs but want to upgrade in the future than your just spending more money than you have to. Just my 2 cents
well we were planning on putting a plow on the front so idk if 2.5 springs would work with that
My '94 YJ has a plow. I installed RE heavy duty springs with (greasable shackles) to help support the weight of the plow. It added 2.5" of lift. Stiff ride though with the plow removed but thats rare. Basically a winter plow jeep these days and works great!
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