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|05-17-2019 11:49 AM|
Originally Posted by MaskedMallard View Post
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|05-17-2019 08:05 AM|
Originally Posted by WmBlack318 View Post
|05-15-2019 08:19 PM|
|downs||If you don't want to lift it just go with some Crown or General Spring replacement springs.|
|05-15-2019 06:21 PM|
|WmBlack318||Thanks, i'm not going to lift it. Just looking for replacement springs. Just found some thanks.|
|05-15-2019 06:16 PM|
S10 (or Dodge Dakota) leaves aren't a direct swap in. You build what's called a bastard pack with them. Basically disassembling your stock leaf pack and using a combination of leaves from your leaf pack and the donor pack to build a leaf pack to the height you want.
4 inches of lift is going to require a lot of extra ($$$) stuff to do it properly.
|05-15-2019 06:03 PM|
|CJ7-Tim||Do you want to lift it or just fix it ? What is the budget, and what are the goals for the suspension ? Have you researched the additional modifications/expenses required for lifting the suspension 4 inches ?|
|05-15-2019 05:15 PM|
Rear Leaf Springs on 1997 XJ
Hi gang, newbe here. But, plan on hanging around awhile. I've had this jeep for awhile, and plan on keeping it longer. I'm here because of an issue I need help with. rear leaf broke in two places, and I've heard it's a common problem. Is it? Also heard the leaf springs off a Chevy S10 will fit, and give a 4" lift. Any truth, or ideas here?