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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-11-2003, 10:43 PM
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lifted springs or SPOA

I recently finished insalling YJs SPUA with the TT kit, but I would eventually like to give it a little more lift. I would like to run 31x 10.5's .they would probably fit right now, but with the flex of the YJs they would always get stuffed into the wheel wells. so I'm trying to decide between going spoa or just getting some 2-3" lift jeep springs
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 10-11-2003, 10:51 PM
 
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Re: lifted springs or SPOA

matters, Most everyone who has/ had one loves SPOA, but some dont like its road manners, if you have rode in a SPOA rig, or have no concerns then I would say SPOA by far, it will supply you with ample lift and plenty of flex. Otherwise if you happy with the performance of the SPUA set up, then I would say stick with it, maybe even consider polyurethane body lift or something to help clearance?
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Re: lifted springs or SPOA

I put 3" Calmini lift springs on my Zuk w/1" longer shackles and I think I could run 31's with no problems. I am running 30" tires on it now. I decided on the lift springs because I got a pretty good deal on them and it was a faster swap out for me...I drive my Zuk daily so I needed something that was fast,easy and not too extreme but would still perform well off-road.

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