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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-08-2002, 12:50 PM
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Cj to Wrangler spring question, I am curious...

To start I have an 85 CJ7 with stock springs all around that sits very ass high. I have a rear set of Wrangler springs out of a 93 or 94YJ. Question is, if I were to stick these in the front of my CJ (and do the necessary wrangler spring swap mods) what kind of height difference can I expect? The front end of my cj is very stiff and I would like to soften it up and add some greasable shackles then eventually some 2.5" wrangler lift springs. I would be leaving the rear CJ springs in for now and just adding the greasble shackles all the way around but i don't want it any lower in the front than it is now...

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Jon - 1985 CJ7, 258, 77k, T-176, Dana 300, 1" body lift, 31's, wrangler tub, yellow!
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 01-08-2002, 02:25 PM
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Re: Cj to Wrangler spring question, I am curious...

I think the wrangler springs are considered to be softer (therefore the popularity in swapping for SOA), so I would be worried that it may make your problem worse, unless your stock springs are very worn out. If you think you are going to do a lift soon I would just wait myself.

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