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Unread 04-21-2015, 04:29 PM   #1
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"Emerald" Build

Recently bought a 2003 Rubicon, 5 speed, with only 40,000 miles! At time of purchase "Emmy" had a Fabtech 4" Lift Kit. "Emmy" is a dark green color, like Rubi is red, enough with the word play! Fabtech shocks, control arms and springs are swag! I'm in the process of switching f/r trackbars to Metalcloak, and using Currie control arms all the way around. It currently has 33" KM2's on 15" rims. In the near future springs will be ordered. I'm leaning toward Currie, but an unclear on progressive spring advantages? Savvy springs come with good reviews. Should I go with 3" or 4"? Looking for experiences from Savvy and Currie spring owners. I'm at a fork in the road, which way would you head?

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Unread 04-25-2015, 08:34 AM   #2
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Just received a status update on Track bars from Metalcloak. They are at zinc coating company. Should be shipped by next Wednesday.
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