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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-06-2004, 06:41 PM Thread Starter
 
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stock YJ springs - which is frnt/rear?

I've got the original springs for my '88, w/ 4.2L hard top. Two springs are 4 pack, and the other two are 5 pack. These have never been on since I've owned the rig. Which set is for the fronts/rears?
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Re: stock YJ springs - which is frnt/rear?

1. 4 pack in the front..
2. 5 pack in the rear.
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Re: stock YJ springs - which is frnt/rear?

Thanks LEVE.

I am just guessing, but it seems that the rear 5-packs all the way around in a SOA would be less suceptible to sag?
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Re: stock YJ springs - which is frnt/rear?

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but it seems that the rear 5-packs all the way around in a SOA would be less suceptible to sag?

[/ QUOTE ]1. Yep, and[*]Less flex[*]Less articulation,[*]Harsher ride,
2. On the bright side,
3. If you got a winch, or,
4. A heavier motor,
5. It will help lessen nose dive.
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