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Unread 05-18-2011, 05:22 PM   #1
EthanW
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1979 CJ 4" BDS lift questions

I have purchased and I am in the middle of installing a BDS 4" lift on my 1979 CJ5. The springs are not labeled as to which is front and which is rear. One set is a little more heavy duty, does this go in the front or the rear? The Heavier Springs are part number 004251 and the lighter springs are 004259. Which go on the front and which go on the rear, thank you

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