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Unread 01-17-2006, 12:48 PM   #1
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Skyjacker Struts/Shocks on Stock Liberty

Ladies and Gentlemen,

About a year and a half ago I made the mistake of installing a Skyjacker Suspension Lift Kit on my '03 Liberty.

I've been working on getting stock parts back together because I'm taking the lift off. Don't ask me why I threw the original stock parts out....

My question is:

Can I use the struts that were supplied with the Skyjacker lift with my stock coil springs? Anyone have skyjacker struts with stock coil springs?

And what about the rears? Can I use the Skyjacker H7088 rear shock with stock rear coils??

I'm not TOO worried about the ride because the Liberty is officially for sale.

Anyone interested in a 2003 Freedom Edition with 78,000k highway miles?

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks

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Unread 01-17-2006, 07:55 PM   #2
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I dont know if you have check your local junk yard, but they should be able get you what you need. If that doesnt turn up anything, check with a local 4x4 shop that does suspensions or mods to Jeeps to see if they have anything left behind... Not sure what it will cost but this gives you a chance at maybe finding the parts you need. Just my 2 pennies.... Good Luck







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Ladies and Gentlemen,

About a year and a half ago I made the mistake of installing a Skyjacker Suspension Lift Kit on my '03 Liberty.

I've been working on getting stock parts back together because I'm taking the lift off. Don't ask me why I threw the original stock parts out....

My question is:

Can I use the struts that were supplied with the Skyjacker lift with my stock coil springs? Anyone have skyjacker struts with stock coil springs?

And what about the rears? Can I use the Skyjacker H7088 rear shock with stock rear coils??

I'm not TOO worried about the ride because the Liberty is officially for sale.

Anyone interested in a 2003 Freedom Edition with 78,000k highway miles?

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks
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