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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-09-2003, 06:06 PM
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long non-lift flexy springs for trail and street ?

LOL....OK, it seems this subject has been beat to death but here goes one more time......it seems if you put rears up front and jeep in rear or jeep springs all around your getting lift. Why can't someone make a sping that is long to give a nice ride but with no lift ???.....does anyone make a "stock" spring ?...closest I have seen is rancho or EMU, think they are 1.5"

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Re: long non-lift flexy springs for trail and street ?

When I put on a set of 4 leaf YJs on the rear I got no lift, I had to buy a set of 2.5" lifted springs and mix 'em in to get the zuk over 33"s. I'd try a set of four leaf YJs in the rear and remove one leaf of a 4 leaf set and put them on the front [img]images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img].....it could work [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img] or maybe my YJs were just flattened out to begin with.
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Re: long non-lift flexy springs for trail and street ?

Perraults in Waterbury can make you whatever you want.
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