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Unread 01-21-2011, 07:05 AM   #16
AZJeepNewbie
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Originally Posted by Elwood View Post
AZJeep, I read your build thread several times before I decided on what I was going to do. All I knew was I was going to run AEV springs again, but was almost dead set on Rock Krawler because of how pleased I was with it before.


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Unread 02-14-2013, 04:26 PM   #17
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Posting this info for others: The 3" AEV front springs measure 20.5" free length. At ride height immediately after install the coil was 15.25". So, 3.25" of lift which I expect to drop by 0.5" in the coming weeks with use. I will update the lift amount after settling occurs.

Winch w/synthetic line, MC bumper w/bull bar & MC fenders & flares.

In comparison OME 934's measured @ 20 inches & @ ride height the spring measured 14.25" after settling. So, 2.25" of lift.
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