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Unread 10-20-2007, 08:22 AM   #16
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mine took prob. 8-9 mos to completely settle.

1994 YJ, 4.0, auto, only 63K miles, RE 2.5" XD w/ OME shocks, discos, JKS telescoping trackbar, Creager 15X8 soft 8's (4" BS), BFG MT KM 31X10.5X15, SRC Front/Rear bumpers w/ tire carrier
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Unread 10-20-2007, 09:00 AM   #17
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Mine has seen weekly wheeling since I lifted it. Mostly Moderate trails, a few difficult. I definately flex it whenever possible. I did put on a tire carrier with bumper, a full size spare, and winch. The settling has caused the ride to smooth out greatly. My concern is if it will get worse. I need to add rocker guards to it, but am afraid of adding any more weight. I guess I'll ride it out and keep measuring. If it goes any lower I'll look into a tougher spring. So again, RE XD or something else?
93YJ 4.0 I6, AX-15, NP231 Teraflex SYE, Tom Wood Drive Shaft, G2 D44 ARB, ARB locked 30, T&T customs axle trusses, ProComp 35" Mud Terrain, RE SD 4" Lift, Daystar 1" BL, Harbor Freight 8000 Winch, Swing Away Tire Carrier, and some other stuff.
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