I also see rock krawler offers their triple rate springs separately so that might open the door to a frankenlift
I dont see how it would not increase NVH. Anything stiffer than a rubber clevite bushing is going to transmit vibrations more. It is possible that something is loose, but I think more likely they are in need of a rebuild - it is very bouncy and noisy lately. The roads here also get a heavy amount of deicer in the winter so its super hard on stuff. In the last 2 years I went from showroom floor level zero rust, to surface rust all over the place. I am sure that is contributing as well. But when the lift was new it was definitely harsher than stock. I might be able to find someone to do a full rebuild, but also looking to reduce maintenance needsyou have one of the better setups out there. if you want it lower, i'd go with rock jock 3" coils. I'm wondering if anything is loose and just needs to be tightened up. a properly installed rockjock/currie setup should not increase NVH through the johnny joints.
just out of curiosity, what PSI are you running in your 33's?
OME makes good products. Springs are for ride height. Gets the ones that give you the height you want. My Zone Offroad springs haven't sagged at all in 7 years.Anyone have opinions on OME springs?
I somewhat recall reading about your install of those. Yeah I chatted with ARB today and they would recommend the HD springs with just a winch and some camping gear in the back. Kinda surprise. but I did read a few places that their springs are kinda light? So maybe the HD's would be a good way to go. Curry makes 3" springs, but I'm trying to drop 2". I seem to remember a heck of a lot more options 5 years ago.OME makes good products. Springs are for ride height. Gets the ones that give you the height you want. My Zone Offroad springs haven't sagged at all in 7 years.