Hi everyone, I just recently bought this '95 YJ from an auction in Atlanta, GA. I am hoping someone recognizes this Jeep, and I may somehow reach the previous owner. I'm mostly interested in the size and brand springs that were used for the lift. If anyone can help here's a picture of it, and I have posted a bunch more on CarDomain.
Now wait. Your from detroit and your trying to return a car to its original owner? Haha. Car theft capital of the world and your th eone who wants to return it...
But measure from the ground to a specific point on the body, usually the front fender but yours are pretty beat up so measure to the tub and then compare your measurement to the standard measurements of a stock yj, remember to account for tire size as well.
92 YJ 4.3L Vortec SM-465/NP241.
80 CJ-7 4.5BT Cumminns Diesel still in building stage.
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Sorry, I cant say I have seen that one around Atlanta.
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The spring looks bent, not the frame (not saying there is no frame damage). Looks like the hit was just at the side of the frame and the fender and tire (and in turn the axle and spring) took the hit. Looks like a typical 4" lift. I'd guess Ruff Country or another cheap brand since the springs don't look long enough (bad shackle angle on the springs that don't look bent).
As was stated above, the t-case probably took a shot if the driveshaft didn't buckle.