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Old May 2nd, 2010, 11:05 PM   #1
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i am selling the springs and shocks off of a jk rubicon
if interested call/txt 810 542 0198
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Old May 2nd, 2010, 11:59 PM   #2
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sorry but that wont turn it into a rubicon
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sorry but that wont turn it into a rubicon
no, but the sticker will
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im pretty sure hes talking about the 4:1 and lockers hah
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no im talking about the stickers
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I know with the TJ the Rubicon Springs aren't any bigger than stock.

Is that the same on the JK's? If not, how much taller are they over the non-Rubi springs?
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these are bigger, they will allow for 33's
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[QUOTE=All5ofus;2216050]I know with the TJ the Rubicon Springs aren't any bigger than stock.
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On TJ's there is a difference between front 4cyl springs and Rubi springs/6 cyl springs.
I got about 2" of lift from this. There is a pic in my build thread.

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Old May 6th, 2010, 11:02 AM   #12
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hey dont matter man free bump thanks hah
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There are NO set JK rubi springs.

There are 22 diff spring combos on the JK.

Can you get me the numbers off them? If they are the higher rate ones my friend may want them.
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rubicons have a higher rate spring, they are off of a 09 jk rubicon with 1000 miles on them
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Not excatly it goes by trim + hard/soft top trailer hitch, etc

Could you please get the part numbers for me?
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Yeah there are allot of different levels of spings for the Rubicon, Sahara, Sport, and X, and Unlimited, and they are all the same height !! Only major difference is the 4-1 transfer and the axles !! But good price for someone who needs shocks or there springs are sagging !! Bump !!
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