I have a 98 TJ Sport 4.0l and I want to put the Rubicon springs and shocks under it. I was also thinking about either a 1" body and/or the 1" spacers for the new springs. I am just looking for a few inches of inexpensive lift to clear some 31"s.
Anyone know if I would need to use the arms from a Rubi with the springs?
What else should I look out for?
Will it even work?
RRich. I disagree. When we did Prill's 97 we matched up the springs. Both sets of the Rubi's were taller than the stock (could be from sag), AND both front and rear were of thicker material. Prill also says that the Rubi's are much stiffer than the stock ones.
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Did you use anything else other than the stock Rubi springs?
I want to put spacers in too.
If I went with a lift kit, how high can I go with out needing a SYE and longer driveshaft?
Thanks for all the help and advise. I think I am going to get a 2" lift that comes with shocks and coils. I may have a used Procomp one lined up that someone doesnt want. If not I will try to seek out one.
For all the work of taking the springs out and such, I might has well upgrade the springs rather than put in spacers.