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Help me, I need some advice or suggestions. A couple of month ago I bought some Crown replacement rear springs For my SOA CJ5. My old springs were starting to sag, and were slightly S shaped, and since I was planing a trip to Moab I wanted good springs. I added my old main leaf to the new spring pack and also have a traction link on each side. I don't think I will be able to warrenty these because of my modifications and the SOA. I guess my question is who makes a high quality replacement spring. I don't Expect them to last forever, but my old worn out(when I bought them) Lasted almost 3 years, and were in better shape than my new springs are now. I could go on longer, but I think this is long enough. Any suggestions? Thanks Ray

 
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I don't have soa, I'd like to. In my research for soa I came across some soa springs.I'm not sure where I saw them or who makes them, but I saw a spring that looked like it was mounted upside down. Instead of the main leaf intersecting the bushing at the bottom it intersected at the top. They were called soa springs and provided a 1" lift. I will start looking through my catalogs and on the web. I'll post when I find them.

Maybe someone else knows what they are called??
Try a search, this topic has come up many times before
Good luck with your axle wrap, I'll be there one day, probably asking the same questions.

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I just found what I was looking for. I found it on page 50 of the new May 2000 JP magazine in an ad for Rubicon Express. They are listed as 1" Spring Over Leaves ................$149.95. I looked on their website and couldn't find it in their online catalog. Their phone # is (916) 858-8575. Web address is http://www.rubiconexpress.com.

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