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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-28-2001, 05:46 PM
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Lift Q\'s

Wanting to do a soa lift, and wondering what kind of springs you guys prefer for this lift. Looking to run 32x11.50's for rockcrawling.

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Re: Lift Q\'s

I myself am partial to National Springs, I lifet my zuk back in 95 with these never did much rock crawling with them back then, but I did a lot of dune and sand hill jumping, friends use to say I'd get around 4' of air on some jumps, and never had any type of problems and they were always nice ride on road. They fronts were still in great shape when I took them off for the Wrangler reversal.

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Re: Lift Q\'s

Im running rear springs up front, stock rears in rear with expander shackles all around, very satisfied so far. It flexes LOTS and the body stays nice and level, unlike when having front springs up front. I am running 33" tyres, the rears up front moved the diff forard a couple inches which helped a lot with the rubing with the 33's.

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post #4 of (permalink) Old 05-28-2001, 09:08 PM
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Re: Lift Q\'s

Most folks will run stock springs with an SPOA system. You can clear 32's if you use something like our 5.5" SPOA setup. If you go witha 4.5" setup, you'll need to add some shackles. A set of lifted spring will work too, but keep the lift mild or you'll get real tall real fast. We prefer the Rancho springs since they are a mild 1.5-2" lift spring.
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