post #16 of Old 12-23-2013, 01:15 AM
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Looks identical to mine. What springs are u running?
IRO 6.5. It'll settle and look fine...

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post #17 of Old 12-23-2013, 01:45 AM Thread Starter
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Clean rig. Are you running 33" tires?
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Clean rig. Are you running 33" tires?
Not yet; has 265/75 which are about 31.5.
Going to 285/75 in a couple weeks, and building a new bumper so they don't eat the stocker plastic.
At flex it rubs good on the bumper and inner liner now.

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Fast -- what brand of springs did you acquire?

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Fast -- what brand of springs did you acquire?
they were supposed to be 6.5" rock krawler springs. They seem really tall hence my question of "does anyone make 8.5" springs" they're really soft which is a good thing but just seem really tall
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If they were used, then you would have thought the settling would have already occurred. Odd. That's way too tall.

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mine were used as well; supposedly had a couple K on them

Still sitting at 6.5 after much driving and flexing

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If they were used, then you would have thought the settling would have already occurred. Odd. That's way too tall.
yeah that was my thought but they were out of the jeep for a long time so a guy can hope :-) I hope my isos smash quickly and hope when I finish lifting the front it moves weight bias to the rear a bit to lower it too. Fwiw it's about an inch taller than my friends gc with the same lift that's been on there for 8 years
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