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Old August 30th, 2012, 01:44 PM   #1
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Default 95yj rear Shock relocation

So i have seen on some other jeeps that the rear shocks are relocated up into the wheel well. i want to make sure that i do it right and i never got a chance to ask about it. So is there a bracket that is welded to the frame and shock is attached there and where/what do i attach to on the axle??? plz help on this.
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Old August 30th, 2012, 02:41 PM   #2
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cut yours off and put them where you want, or buy new ones. I never understood why they hang that low...
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Helping a friend with a custom lift on a tj...

Has the front and rear shocks relocated using ford shock towers. As far as the bottom mounts, they are up to you...stick em on the axle where they look good and make sure you're shock won't bottom out or compress too far.

Look up 97flexy on jeepforum or wranglerforum. He will answer any questions you have...also does a good job of explaining it in his build thread
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