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  1. Drivetrain
    Full set (4) OEM Leaf Springs from 1984 Grand Wagoneer Good shape Pics to follow this weekend If interested, PM me here
    $100 USD
  2. WK Grand Cherokee & XK Commander Forum
    Koni Special Active shocks & HR raising springs? --Another Shock/Coil combination ? Hi All, I know there is a lot of information about which lift kits, shocks, and springs are best for certain applications, but honestly I'm going cross-eyed researching it all and I've likely come full circle...
  3. TJ Wrangler Technical Forum
    I'm not sure if I should get a leveling kit or a small lift. I've been reading a lot about OME suspension kits, but they're a little expensive. Are they worth it?
  4. TJ Wrangler Technical Forum
    Need some opinions from you guys. I have an LJ Rubicon. Today I picked up some new tires (265/75/16) and put them on the stock Moabs. I do not like the "stuffed" look so I'm looking to lift the jeep a bit. I want it to look clean and stock to the casual observer. I'm thinking about a 1-2"...
  5. YJ Wrangler Technical Forum
    Hello, The front suspension on my 92 YJ failed recently when I had to brake very hard for a vehicle that had stopped short. Fortunately I avoided a collision, but my Old Man Emu 2.5" leaf springs inverted / were ruined by the incident. Also the bolts holding the u-joint on the front driveshaft...
  6. TJ Wrangler Technical Forum
    hi all! this is my first post on the site and it pertains to the first jeep i have ever owned so bare with me. I have a 1997 TJ pretty much stock everything. i read on another thread that with a few mods, the shocks and springs from a JK wrangler could work on a TJ. i bought a set of shocks...
  7. MJ Comanche Technical Forum
    I've got a 1989 comanche that I am attempting to install a Rusty's Offroad Products 4.5" lift. Front end is complete which was a total piece of cake thanks to all of the anti-seize used at the factory :drool: The rear end is another story. The spring pack has considerably more arch and as such...
  8. XJ/MJ Cherokee Non-Technical Forum
    So I've been working on my 1999 Jeep XJ (stock) (operational repairs) (Daily driver/toy) for the last few months and now I'm looking into replacing the worn out springs. I'm not looking to lift really (not a priority/don't want to replace other components just to lift). I've read good things...
  9. Vendor Display
    We have had many people ask for one of our most popular systems with this style of springs, so here you go! Pair this system with the Rancho shock of your choice and enjoy your new ride. Reach out to your favorite retailer to get pricing info too!
  10. XJ Cherokee Technical Forum
    Good evening! I just had the rear leaf springs in my '97 Cherokee Country replaced Friday morning, since the old ones were broken from the 190k miles on salty roads, and when I picked up my Jeep, the rear springs were 'u' shaped, which restored the back to roughly the same height as the front...
  11. JK Wrangler Technical Forum
    Hello. I am a new jeep owner. So I apologize in advance if this question is a dumb one. Will Rubicon springs offer a bit more lift other than the standard wrangler x springs that I have. I thought I seen this in another thread. Thank You
  12. TJ Wrangler Technical Forum
    Hey, thanks for checking out the thread. I bought a 97 TJ a year ago and am researching lift kit options. My Jeep came with Bilstein shocks - F4-BE5-2442-H0 Typ4 up front, BE5-2443's in the rear. I've heard the rough country shocks are cheap aren't the best. My question is can I keep my...
  13. KJ Liberty Forum
    My 2005 Liberty (V-6, 4WD) has about 70,000 miles. It had a 2" lift kit installed before I bought it. I am the usual driver and, no surprise, am heavier than my wife. The Jeep is leaning toward the driverside. I am surprised at this as none of my other vehicles are doing it and they are all...
  14. XJ Cherokee Technical Forum
    I'm putting on a 3" lift on my XJ but idk which one to use... I hear Rusty's is good but then i hear its ****, rough country is good but expensive. I need full leaf packs, extended brake line, coils etc... Which one do i use?
  15. ZJ Grand Cherokee Forum
    Hey guys just had a few quick questions about my spacers that im currently installing. First Question: I am having trouble putting the front coil springs back on with the new spacers. I have the tie rod ends, sway bar, and shocks disconnected but the axle isn't drooping enough for the...
  16. TJ Wrangler Technical Forum
    im going to do thischeap lft kit by using the zj springs in the front and cvsprings in the back, i have a 2" bb kit in right now, and if possible can i use the 2"bb with the springs? what do i need to be able to this lift?
  17. XJ Cherokee Technical Forum
    Hi everyone. I just bought a 98 XJ Classic with tow package. I years ago previously owned a 96 Classic. The stock tow package rear springs are stiffer than I want. I want a softer ride. So I want to replace rear springs with softer stock springs. I have read that the stiffer springs are for...
  18. Before/After 3" lift

    This a before and after Fat Bob's 3" budget boost lift w/ brand new leafs in the rear.
  19. ZJ Grand Cherokee Forum
    Did some searching and didn't feel satisfied with the results. I'm lifting the Zj soon, ~1.5 -2", new shocks, possibly some new bushings and/or ca's (as needed). Will be towing a mix of: a small expedition trailer on vacations, loaded hitch cargo hauler, and maybe hauling some reasonable...
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