I installed a Savvy/Currie 4" lift last weekend and ended up netting around 6" of lift (compressed spring measurements are 18" front 13" rear). Do the currie springs usually net that much height or could I have gotten the wrong springs? Between that and the 1.25" BL (needed for TT), my rigs looking a little goofy sitting on 33's.
I don't know how many similarities there is between their 3" and 4" springs, but my Currie 3" netted me exactly 3" in front and about 4" in the back. I chalked that up to a mix of soft top with gutted interior and having thicker tunes on my 8.8 that puts the bottom spring perches up another 5/8". I ended up leaving the Currie 3" in the front and tossing a pair of OME springs (2"ish depending on the jeep) in the back. In my case it made sense, yours is a bit more weird. If think wrong part number but do they even make a 6" spring? I was thinking they only had 3" and 4".
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13 mpg - edit: 12 mpg
No hi-lift on the hood (yet)
Still can't get it to take off from a treadmill....
^^I agree. Here's mine with a Savvy/Currie 3" and 1.25" BL for comparison.
Maybe they sent you 6" springs by mistake? With your TT, I am wondering how your rear driveshaft is not binding at droop. Mine is about maxed.