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Unread 07-16-2013, 01:54 PM   #1
Schoolyards
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2008 JK Wrangler 
 
Join Date: Sep 2005
Location: Costa Mesa, CA
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Nth Degree Coils

I was given some Nth Degree 3.5" coils from a buddy that he said were only used for a short time. He wanted to go to 37's so took em' off after not using them long.

My question is, what else will I need to make my 2008 JKUR work with these? I had my Cherokee stolen 6 months ago and built that thing well but now a Wrangler owner, I feel like a beginner again. With my Cherokee, a 4.5" lift opened up a ton of other necessities, SYE, extended driveline, shims, extended brake lines, extended sway bar links/disconnects, and on and on... it never stopped and was expensive.

If I have just the 3.5" coils, what else do I need, I no idea what I would be getting into.

If I was not given these, I planned on a Teraflex budget boost (just have the teraflex leveling kit now) to run 35's. I don't do hardcore stuff, just take the family camping into hard to reach spots mostly. I must admit, running 33's on my current set-up would do me just fine however I love the look of the Unlimited on 35's so while I hate to admit it, looks matters, ha!

Any suggestions would be helpful. If it opens up a ton of work, money and issues then maybe the boost will work fine. I just thought that sense I got these nice coils, it's a good start to make it a capable rig.

Thanks in advance for the help.

Schoolyards
Costa Mesa, CA

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