I know soa conversions are all the rage , but I'm looking to do a spring under axle lift. Has anyone had good lucky with the Rubicon Express Extreem Duty kit. I'm looking to run 33" tires , and want something with a good ride and some nice flex.
Well from your profile I can honestly say that I know nothing about the RE lift for Yota's. I've heard a little about their stuff on jeeps. About four inches of lift will fit 33's under a CJ. A vague question and profile usually gets you a vague answer.
SUA on a TOY? This would put the spring pack lower than the diff.[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/crazy.gif[/img]
Why would you try and experiment with this? Surely this is a mis-understanding?
More info. please.
Sorry guy's the double of NyQuil and the 101 fever got the best of me. Heck I didn't even pose the right question ( What is the BEST spring under axle kit?) Your right the Yota is long gone. I also updated my profile so as to detour any further confusion. Now on to the good stuff. I'm doing a frame up restore on a 85' cj-7. The rig is for mild trails and sight seeing trips. I am going to shoehorn a 350 with an auto trans into the jeep, but was thinking a sua would be a better choice for a mild trail runner. I've read alot about the soa but think I'm going to stick with the sua. What I'm looking for is a nice ride with good flex. 33" tires will be the max. tire used. Once again sorry for the mix up.
i like the skyjacker softride kit.. it gives about the best flex for the $$$, but the springs will sag after a couple years of abuse. when you are shop[ping for a kit, make sure you know what is included in each, and compare prices from there..i would avoid pro comp.. they are pretty stiff
[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/tongue.gif[/img]tj-7..tellico tested, uwharrie [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/tongue.gif[/img]safaried..1 ton drivetrain[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/tongue.gif[/img]..see it at http://www.jeepgod.net
oh yeah, and a 2000 tj,lift..etc