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post #1 of 4 Old 08-01-2004, 12:59 PM Thread Starter
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Currie vs. BDS vs. RE

does anyone have experience with Currie leaf springs for a YJ?
or the RE or the BDS? how do any of these ride. right now i have money for the lift, but not the SYE. i currently have a procomp and that has to go

also any suggestions where i can get these for a good price all i really need are the leaf springs? i have m.o.r.e boomerang shackels and i just bought some long travel dotesch shocks and i also bought entended brake lines


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post #2 of 4 Old 08-01-2004, 07:23 PM
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We just finished installing the Black Diamond 3 1/2" lift on my buddies YJ. He was upgrading from the stock suspension. During the upgrade, we decided not to connect front or rear trackbars, but he is still using his swaybar up front. According to him, the ride is vastly improved. (A little bouncy, but his springs haven't settled yet either)

We took it offroad to flex it out a little & it did okay - granted, he left his swaybar connected up front so it's not going to have mad flex like that.

Overall, he is very pleased with the kit. It came with, and we installed the black diamond shocks.

'01 TJ with mods... :)

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i've looked inot the black diamond but i really havent heard much about it? do you now how much he got it for and where?
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Sorry, I don't. But knowing him, he either got it from 4wd.com or quadratec.com and I'm betting quadratec. The kit was very complete and the quality of the springs was nice. (Military wrapped).

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