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Unread 12-07-2014, 01:15 PM   #1
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2006 TJ Wrangler 
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Genright King Coilover Setup

Hey guys , I picked up a 06 TJ over the summer just getting around to working on it .
Just got it down my shop , jeep came from California military guy had brought the jeep back and lost interest .
Full genright told me he had them do the chassie ... it really is nice nice work but the guy assembled the jeep don't think he has the suspension right .
The jeep does not handle bad on the road , tracks straight but has some bump steer .
All the steering linkage is perfect has high steering teraflex set up looks perfect .
I'm thinking no swaybar and just noticed all the king coilover have different preload adjustments ... Pass side front has 2" thread and drivers has 1 1/4 .
Rear has 1 inch drivers and pass side 1.5 ... thats weird .
The jeep is in my shop for the winter so I will have time to get this set up . What are some of the basics when it come to coilover adjustment .

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