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Unread 11-10-2010, 08:47 PM   #1
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Rear coil spring relocation brackets?

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Im thinking about moving my rear coils back on the frame and my questions are what are good mounts to use. I have seen people re-use the stock coil bucket but im thinking ill mess it up so should get aftermarket. Any pictures with rear coil spring relocation brackets

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I used Ballistic's brackets when I did my stretch.

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I just clicked on their site as your posted! Not a bad price at all
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It's really quite easy to remove them with an angle grinder and dremel.

You can also buy the stock brackets from Jeep, too.
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I used Clayton, no picts of diff installed yet.
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Originally I was planning on reusing my factory brackets, but I came into problems with their removal. I was able to move the upper spring mounts back a little further than with the factory coil mounts.
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I mangled the stockers.

Here's what I used: Product Details
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It's really quite easy to remove them with an angle grinder and dremel.

You can also buy the stock brackets from Jeep, too.
Do you by chance have a part #?

I looked through the parts manual and I couldn't find the upper coil buckets anywhere.

I don't think they are available separately.
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I'm doing this to my jeep soon, I think I will just use the stockers and extend them down.
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re-used the stockers.

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Do you by chance have a part #?

I looked through the parts manual and I couldn't find the upper coil buckets anywhere.

I don't think they are available separately.
Looking back through, ATXJZ used them on his original stretch. You can see the p/n for one of them here:



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Hope that helps, I've never reused them. But then, I'm a surgeon with a grinder.
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Looking back through, ATXJZ used them on his original stretch. You can see the p/n for one of them here:
Thanks.

They are listed in the parts manual, I just missed them.
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I used these. Worked great.

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Sorry to bump an old thread, but does anyone know if the TNT one are worth it?
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