Skyjacker 4" spring alignment
Hey everyone, I got a '97 TJ with a D44 rear and a 4" Skyjacker lift. If anyone is familiar, than they know that the springs are obviously not straight up and down. There's a slight curve to them in the front and rear; front not as bad as the rear. So. Lightbulb went off the other day ... why not just cut and re-weld the upper cups of the rear springs back several inches until the springs are straight? Sounds good, right? Only issue is on the passenger side the track bar mount kinda prevents that perfect alignment. If there is anyone with a solution, aside from a different lift (budget reasons), please let me know. I'm in the process of uh ... reinventing her lol. I'm doing some major overhauling on the drivetrain, finally. I've looked at adjustable uppers, but then I'd need adjustable lowers and it moves the rear end back. Then we get into a whole bunch of nonsense and I might as well get a 3 or 4 link suspension (once more no can do because of money right now). Just looking for a relatively inexpensive fix for better performance in the woods. Anything will help!!