Pro Comp - 1'' Front Coil Spring Spacers
I have a 06 TJ with front end sag from a winch and mount I want to shim the front springs and was just wondering if the metal Pro Comp - 1'' Front Coil Spring Spacers would be better than the poly spacers for this thank's
Another vote for poly. Polyurethane is more than capable of holding the load, it's cheap, weather proof, and quiet. Plus if you get black 3/4" or 1" spacers, they are so small they aren't really noticable.
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Damn I couldn't find 1' coil spacers when I lifted my Jeep so I went with the 1.5" ones. Glad I did because my Jeep still sits slightly lower in the front but I think it looks better that way anyway. My winch also weighs 100lbs with the winch plate attached so i'm sure that's my problem.
Originally Posted by Neil F. View Post
Last edited by JWs06TJ; 07-07-2010 at 04:28 PM.
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