If you get springs from a junkyard, make sure they're from the same type of GC as yours. I think the Outlander (or Overlander....I can't remember) have longer springs than regular GCs. I'd also recommend taking yours to a shop to have the springs put on unless you have the RIGHT tool to compress the spring. About 2 years, I rented a spring compressor from a tool company and they gave me the wrong one. Instead of paying $200 to have the factory springs taken off and the new ones installed by professionals, I ended up paying a $900 doctor bill due to a compressed spring slipping off the tool and hitting me in the head.
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Instead of paying $200 to have the factory springs taken off and the new ones installed by professionals, I ended up paying a $900 doctor bill due to a compressed spring slipping off the tool and hitting me in the head.
well that's a freak accident if i ever heard one... another set of front springs would seem like it would work. that's basically what your doing either ways in some of the 2.5"-3.5" kits
K-Pax's head never looked better than immediately after the spring and compressor separated ways.
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