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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-04-2001, 08:48 PM Thread Starter
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need a little help ok ive got a set of cj 5pacs that are 43.5 same as yj and the cheorkee springs are 46.5 with about 2 inch bigger arch ive cut them down to 5pac now my question is should i take one more out of it make it a 4 pac beacuse of the arch dont want to get to un level of zuk and where i should put the 46.5 inch springs in the front or the back? well let me now what you would do but dont tell me to get some more springs. these things are going on.
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if it were me man, being as it is, weight differences n all with the different applicated spring packs. id get a very comfy chair, vasaline, lube my hands and get ready to do a lot of ubolt turning on there. keep swapping springs until you have what you want. or you can get in touch with tim porter, he might be able to offer you some advice. he uses long cherrokee springs on his n chesters rig. get some pics for me, and please keep track of what combination of springs you use, i just aquired a 79 cherokee body, frame n springs today. axles are going north. might well hit you up for tips on the spring packs if i use them.
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I have some good news for you Doug.
I have an 84 t-case sittin' in the garage. YES FINALLY
the guy pulled thru and got it!!
So if your still interested e-mail me SOON.....

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I have some good news for you Doug.
I have an 84 t-case sittin' in the garage. YES FINALLY
the guy pulled thru and got it!!
So if your still interested e-mail me SOON.....

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thanks bb got a hold of Porter and he filled me in on a coply of tricks !

Danny you bet i still want it !

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