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3\'\' spua springs

ok i've had it with the trail-masters...3"lift springs
what would you suggest for the best (most flex) springs????
i'd like to keep the spua if possable but may have to go with spoa if needed.
thanks.
 

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Re: 3\'\' spua springs

If you dont want to do a conversion that is, let me add
 

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Re: 3\'\' spua springs

I ran 3" Nationals (4 leaf packs) for about 2 years and they were nice springs. I recently changed to Calmini 3" heavy duty (5 leaf packs) and they have a better ride quality and flex. The Calmini springs are also about 2" longer than the Nationals and they'll also move your front axle forward a little.
 

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Re: 3\'\' spua springs

I am running the Calmini, and the flex is terrible, just wanted to throw that out there. I'm switching to YJ's.

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'88.5 Zuki, 5" Calmini, Locked, Swamped, Rolled, and just generally broken in right!
 
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Re: 3\'\' spua springs

There are 2 routes to go pook. The OME springs are 2.5 inches or the CSC YJ conversion will yield about 4.5" of lift.
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Re: 3\'\' spua springs

If you know somebody who can weld good I'd just go stock springs w/ a SPOA, A better ride then any lifted spring, and better flex. With my stock springs I ramped a 880 on 23* but I had slightly longer shocks than the avrg SPOA. and you can't beat the price either (if you weld yourself or have a friend do it!)

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