RE BB w/ Coils
My ReBB is commin in the mail this week (very excited) and i have sag from my current coils so i picked up some stock coils with only 5,000 miles on them. Just wondering if i should install both at the same time and how difficult it is to replace coils. I read all about doin the BB and i figure it would be smart to do it all at once. GOt any tips or help for me?
90, 92, 94, 95 YJ's, 97 Tj, 93 ZJ, 88 MJ
Originally Posted by skier518
If you are installing coil spring spacers you will have to take out your springs anyway.....so yes install them both at the same time.
Gone but not forgotten: '86 CJ7, '06 Wrangler X, '03 Rubicon, '97 Wrangler, '77 CJ5, '74 CJ5(RIP)...gone and forgotten: 07 JK Sahara Unlimited, '78 CJ5
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