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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-04-2001, 10:03 AM Thread Starter
 
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Wrangler Spring Lift?

Hey all you guys jumping on the CSC Wrangler kit:
Exactly how much lift does that kit give you? Say, versus a stock Sam spring SPOA.

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Re: Wrangler Spring Lift?

tim, i just got my truck back in one piece. i have the csc kit bolted on to the toy axles spoa. looks to me to be about 9.5" of susp. lift easy. with my 3" body lift on top of that the hood is at eye level and the targa bar is about 83" with beat 33s. the tires look to small for it. i will be putting 35x15s on it soon. we bolted the csc kit on spua on a friends zuk and it gave it 4-4.5" of lift.

i private messaged you about your powersteering setup. i am tryin to fab in the 79 p/u powersteering now. i have boxed the frame already where its goin to be bolted. lookin for some ideas to make the swap a little easier.

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Re: Wrangler Spring Lift?

The CSC kit alone gives about 4 inches of lift with stock Wrangler springs. On top of my 4.5-inch SPOA, I have room for 34-inch-tall tires to flex very well. My frame measures 22.5 inches from the ground, compared to a stock Samurai's 10.25 inches with stock tires.

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Re: Wrangler Spring Lift?

gotzuk, when I put the YJ springs on my rig SPOA with the 35" Boggers, and 3": body lift that thing will be a MONSTER! If you say that your hood is at eye level with 33's! WOW, send me a pic of your rig when you get them 35's on! I should have mine done here real soon !

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Re: Wrangler Spring Lift?

hey man, when i did mine, i removed the calmini stuff, got 2 inches plus or minus over the calmini. would say 4 give or take, my springs were wheeled hard before i got them though, then i am not exactly easy on them either.
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Yeah, I know how easy you are on your springs! Hehehehe

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brian, will try to get a pic on later tonight or tomorrow. haven't had much time on the puter lately, been workin on the zuk tryin to get it finished. ill show ya a pic of it on 33s. prolly won't have the 35x 15s on for another month. BTW it is a beast. bigger than i xpected for sure.

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