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Unread 02-24-2015, 03:36 AM   #1
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Hey guys I have a 1985 j-10. I got it last July. Nothing major done to it. But I was wondering if I should keep with the leaf springs or try to convert to coils I've heard it been done before but not sure how hard it could be. I want to do some major off roading in it the problem no is I need more Clearance I'm saving for bigger tires and wheels. I want to lift but if I was wondering bout the coil thing first. Also is getting a snorkel a big deal? I have a carbonated 360. Also any help on where I could find parts would be great, any help on anything would be great thanks



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