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post #1 of 4 Old 04-19-2004, 07:41 PM Thread Starter
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What spring company has super soft spring rates for articulation prposes?

What spring company has super soft spring rates for articulation prposes? I want about 3-4" of lift to run over my axles(SOA)? How soft are BDS...b/c theydo have a nice warentee... thanx!!!

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post #2 of 4 Old 04-19-2004, 08:13 PM
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A good system that a good buddy of mine has are the Currie brand. He's got the 4" lift springs with boomerang shackles and it flexes REALLY well. He had a 4" Skyjacker on his and he bought the Currie set as a replacement with no regrets. It rides really smooth on the road too. Way better then the stock springs. His is a future rock rig too. Still in the build process but he drives it a good two days a week. Rides and wheels really well.

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Keep in mind 'soft' springs will sag mucho quickero. If soft springs didn't sag so fast everyone would run them.

My jeep has only ever killed 3 things, a cat, a deer, and my wallet. What's the problem officer?

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Thanks to the price of gas here ($4.25 a gal) I just bought a mountain bike, 0" of lift, 0" of travel, MT's, locked rear axle, oh yeah, it's the sh#$.
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The 2.5" Rubicon Express springs seem to be pretty popular for SOA.

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