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Old April 6th, 2012, 08:09 PM   #101
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The Jeep looks good. Seemed like it worked pretty well at snofari also. What lift were you running before, with the 35s? Did you run wheel spacers with the stock wheels?
I'm still running the same Rubicon Express 3.5" springs, When i did the axle swap I added the long arm upgrade. I thought I wanted some adjustment incase my axle fab didn't go just right! I didn't really need it.
As it sits 3.5" coils still. The full width rear is the same as a stock JK so I added an 1.75" spacer to the rear. I added the spacer to clear the Long arms.

When I had the 35s on it and stock wheel setup I did not need spacers. My trail pressure was 10 lbs and I never had an issue.
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Old September 4th, 2012, 08:08 PM   #102
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Due to a mishap with my JKS Front disconnects, I added Currie Anti Rocks front and rear. I was never a believer in them. However it feels alot like not having body mounts. The roll of the axles are transferd into the frame I guess and it still flexes as needed but feels like it is glued to the ground!
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