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Unread 05-02-2004, 10:40 AM   #1
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3.5 Rubicon Express springs measurements?


Can someone with the 3.5 RE springs and a 1 inch body lift report their front and rear bumper clearance to the ground from the bottom of their stock bumpers? I want to match the measurements to mine and see if they are similar

I currently got a great set up height wise for me but want to look into better springs flex wise.
I have 4 inch Tuff country springs and am interested in the 3.5 RE ones but dont want to throw on the REs and find out I will have to do a SYE and adj upper rear control arms... at the height I am now I dont need a SYE witht the 1 inch body and 1 inch motor mount lift (no t-case drop)... no vibes as of yet.


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