Originally Posted by jp360cj
Sounds like you're planning a hell of a build, you sure you only want 35s? lol
How do you plan on stretching the wheelbase? I know some springs have the axle offset closer to one end and can be used to stretch wb, so if thats the plan then YJ springs wouldn't work. But yes, stock CJ leaf springs are 2" in the front and 2.5" in the rear (for '76+). YJs are 2.5" front and rear
Hi, thanks for the info...But I need more of expert opinions, but thanks for yours (jp360cj)..
We back in the late 80's early 90's came up with a custom built front end that you attached to the CJ front frame horns...Were the stock CJ frame straightens out forward about 4-6 behind the front of the front part of the grill, we welded, or some people who bought our kits wanted to bolt it on, but we NEVER recomended bolting it on...
You did bring up a great point which i forgot about and thats the spring mount point where the spring bolts together, from that point measured out to each end where the leaf spring bushings go...
5...Does anyone know those measurements on YJ springs, I think they are centered up...??