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I have an 89 YJ with a year old set of 4-inch lift springs. The front springs have softened up nicely and sagged about an inch and a halft, but the rear springs have only sagged about 1/2 an inch. How can I level the Jeep out? I don't want to have to replace the front springs, and I don't like the idea of an add-a-leaf because it hinders axle articulation. Can I take a leaf out of the rear spring pack? It only has four leafs to begin with. If I do take one out, which one do I remove?

 
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Wouldn't do that, 3 leafs is not enough. What brand of springs, what kind of accessories on the Jeep? If you have a winch on the
front and are using a softride type spring, there's your problem. If not, I would possibly think of getting the front ones rearched, because
that kind of sag in farily new springs is not normal.

Brad (from the 4 Wheeling center of the universe, 4 corners USA)
 
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I don't know what brand of springs you have, but most of them have a gauranty against sagging. Find out what the policy is for the
manuf. of yours. You may be able to get new ones.

Gary
 
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