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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-15-2001, 12:10 AM Thread Starter
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Calmini 1 1/2\" springs input?

Doesn anyone have any experience with Calmini's 1 1/2" springs?

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Re: Calmini 1 1/2\" springs input?

if your thinkin on gettin some crow, i got some to sell ya. as far as i go, until last weekend, i never rode in a zuk with em. well, rode in buddys (IFLIPEZ), im firm, wont use these springs on mine. too stiff for me. but im already spoiled on my YJs.
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Re: Calmini 1 1/2\" springs input?

IFLIPEZ runs 3" springs not 1.5"

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Re: Calmini 1 1/2\" springs input?

They are super stiff. I would look at something eles. My buddy has them. He had never seen anyone eles with a lifted Samurai up close till I moved in and now he really hates his ride quality. And I have stock/cj5 combo springs.

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Re: Calmini 1 1/2\" springs input?

They are super stiff. I would look at something eles. My buddy has them. He had never seen anyone eles with a lifted Samurai up close till I moved in and now he really hates his ride quality. And I have stock/cj5 combo springs.

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Re: Calmini 1 1/2\" springs input?

Crow,
Get the 2.5" Old Man Emu spring they are nice and smooth. I rode in a guys Samurai the other day and I was impressed!
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Re: Calmini 1 1/2\" springs input?

May want to take a look at the Rancho 1.5-2" springs too. We run them on our Zuk and it rides pretty soft on the highway (we do use DT3000 shocks as well). Flex on the trail is decent as well with an SPOA. We'll have some pics up from Rubicon before long. I think the ride quality on my SPOA/Rancho Zuk is every bit as nice as my SPOA/OME Zuk was. Ranchos come with new bushings as well.

They hold up well to extreme punishment also. I've jumped this vehicle to about 5-6 vertical feet and the springs look and function great still. Even had to replace a seriously banana'd front axle after the jump-fest, but the springs held up very well.

They're in stock too!

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