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post #1 of 3 Old 02-21-2012, 03:24 PM Thread Starter
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No lift stretch options?

Anyone know of any options? I know XJ and Waggy springs give stretch, but also add ~2 inches of lift. I don't want to go much higher than SOA on stock height springs

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post #2 of 3 Old 02-21-2012, 03:29 PM
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Anyone know of any options? I know XJ and Waggy springs give stretch, but also add ~2 inches of lift. I don't want to go much higher than SOA on stock height springs
Here are a couple of options:

-Custom springs

-You could shift your spring mounts back and use stock springs.

-You could remove a leaf from the XJ/Dakota springs.

-You could outboard and raise the rear spring mounts and use XJ/Dakotas (depending on what axles you decide to use).

You're only limited by pocket depth and your fabrication ability.

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Anyone know of any options? I know XJ and Waggy springs give stretch, but also add ~2 inches of lift. I don't want to go much higher than SOA on stock height springs
you don't know XJ's add 2" of lift..... they can add as much or as little as your like. Mine are dead flat. Just depends on what leafs you use

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