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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-13-2002, 02:30 PM
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Coil Spacers

Can someone post a good source for coil spacers? I'm looking to get 1.5" or 2" extra on an otherwise stock '97 TJ to help the 31 10.50 M/T's fit a little better. I assume the stock shocks will handle that amount of lift...
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Re: Coil Spacers

www.rustsysoffroad.com
www.rubiconexpress.com

There's 2 that come to mind, shocks will be closed to maxed out if not maxed out, i'd get a new set of shocks if i were you.

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Re: Coil Spacers

I have the TeraFlex spacers that gave me about 2 more inches. I like them so far, they havent given me any problems.
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Re: Coil Spacers

All the spacers are about the same price. As was mentioned YOU WILL NEED NEW SHOCKS since you "may" just get the suspension back together with the stock shocks fully extended .......especially the rear but will have zero downward travel in the rear suspension.

What I'm saying is that if you're going to get a coil spacer kit .....you might want to get one with shocks included. I found that the cost of the spacers and bump stops were cheap enough ......but when I priced shocks seperately ..the kits that included shocks were fairly reasonable.
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