Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: Northern California
mvigo - While Jims hangers are top shelf, not everyone can utilize them do to certain situations. Jim and I tried to figure out a solution for mine because I don't use a stock bumper or one of stock width. Mine is wider and where he has a void on the top to slide over the bottom, mine needed a void on top so it slid under the bottom. It's hard to explain without pics.
So my next best solution was the MORE hangers and these fit the bill quite nicely due to using the same holes and are stretched for the longer yj spring. I don't have the benefit of a third bolt for mounting like Jims', but it's the situation I'm stuck with.
Thanks Renegade, you learn something new everyday. I spent a few hours taking apart my pals suspension to put the OME springs on. He is now cleaning, painting parts and we will put back together next weekend. The one issue we are having is trying to get the sway bar links out...they are being stubborn.
1985 CJ-7, fuel injected 258, 2.5" Rubicon Express Extreme Duty Lift, 1" Body lift, Crabtree Shackle Hangers, T-5, Dana 300 w/ 4:1 Teralow kit, Dana 30, AMC 20 w/1 piece axle, 3.73 's with Detroit Truetrac front and rear, riding on 32x11.5x15" Cooper Discoverer STT mud terrains