Clayton Off Road coils were specifically designed to provide the best in ride quality without sacrificing durability and load carrying capacity. Its easy to make a taller, stiffer spring. The hard part is making a taller spring, which will have more capacity to handle your aftermarket bumper and winch, and still give you that smooth ride everyone is looking for. After a few test springs we succeeded, and now we hear comments such as , “Wow, my Jeep actually rides better then stock”. Each coil spring is powder coated black, labeled with our custom part number and individually packaged in a heavy duty bag. Carefully packaged and sold in pairs.
Price: $159.00 Pros: Nice flex, heavy springs, nicely made and packaged Cons: will not hold up to a V8, ARB and winch to keep 4.5" lift Recommended? Yes
Comments: I got the WJ 4.5" springs which isn't listed. I have the V8 and was thinking yeah I won't get 4.5" out of the front's it will sag down to maybe 4" after they settle in. They didn't actually I wound up with a 5" lift front and rear, not what I was expecting. I put on my ARB Bumper and winch and the front collapsed to only a 3" measured from hub to fender in the front. If you have an I6 and put on an ARB and winch you should stay at the 4.5" range or maybe down to 4" in the front. They are flexy and provide a good ride but dropping an inch and a half from advertised lift height not the actual was kind of a surprise especially after having 5" before the ARB and winch went on. just be aware that you will need either ARB spring packers or to level it out, a 2" front BB, or if you have the V8, ARB and Winch maybe go with the 6.5" front springs if you are building your own lift. The rear is holding at a 5" lift even with added weight in the back for gear while on the trail or towing a trailer.