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post #1 of 13 Old 07-06-2010, 07:36 PM Thread Starter
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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

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post #2 of 13 Old 07-06-2010, 08:02 PM
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i would like to know also. i have aabout and 1'' sag too.

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I personally prefer poly spacers.
More 'cushining' effect, and issues with no corrosion etc.
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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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For 1" spacers, these are the cheapest I found Crawler Ready - 1" Jeep Coil Spring Spacers I recently got a set. There are a number of 3/4" available but not that many 1"
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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.
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For 1" spacers, these are the cheapest I found Crawler Ready - 1" Jeep Coil Spring Spacers I recently got a set. There are a number of 3/4" available but not that many 1"
Thanks for the link I couldn't find 1 inch poly thats why I was asking about the metal ones by Pro-Comp. I need a full 1 inch of lift will the poly spacers compress some if so I may need a thicker one ?

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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
I've had those installed now for over 80k with no problems.
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Thanks for the reply , most seem to like the poly spacers I just dont know if they will compress more than the metal ones with the extra weight ?
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Thanks for the reply , most seem to like the poly spacers I just dont know if they will compress more than the metal ones with the extra weight ?
They will not compress.
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They will not compress.
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