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Pro Comp - 1'' Front Coil Spring Spacers

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MSRP: $42.00
Average Price: $44.00
Manufacturer: Pro Comp
Recommended?
Yes: 3 / No: 0

1'' Front Coil Spring Spacers for a TJ

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andrewk
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andrewk's Reviews
02-14-2013, 08:15 PM
Price: $50.00
Pros: none
Cons: none
Recommended? Yes

Comments: easy to install


badjeeper
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badjeeper's Reviews
09-21-2010, 01:38 PM
Price: $41.99
Pros: Price, only 1" spacer out there
Cons: casting flash
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I really didn't like that the rear fender gap was 1 1/2" more than the front so I purchased these 1" spacers to level out the stance of my 06 lj rubicon. I had to grind the casting flash off from the inside diameter where the spacers slide up onto the bump stop and I painted them black so they don't stick out like a sore thumb. Overall I am happy with the spacers; price was reasonable, they measured exactly an inch, and I like the added wheel well cearance. The only flaw was the casting flash and my dremel tool made quick work of that so it really wasn't an issue. Don't forget to check your toe in after changing your ride height.

Update:So after having these installed for quite a while now I feel that the front just sits up a little to high so I am installing 3/4" spacers in the rear. I know it kind of negates the whole intent to level my stance, but the rear suspension seems soft and if I have any weight in the back I feel like I am way to high in the front. Maybe if I had a bumper and a winch the front would settle down some but for now with the stock bumper I just felt like it is a little too much.


Yellowhammer

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Yellowhammer's Reviews
03-18-2010, 01:10 PM
Price: $40.00
Pros: Made of aluminum, fits great, gives a good lift
Cons: None so far
Recommended? Yes

Comments: These are good spacers in the hard-to-find 1'' size. They give a good lift and they fit good. They will not work on the back.

I did have to de-burr in the inside of them so they would slide up on the bumpstop better.

I found mine on Amazon for $40.



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