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Old January 5th, 2014, 06:45 AM   #1
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Default 2.5-3" lift coils for Wj. And other lift components

Helping a buddy get his rig a little more offroad worthy.
I have a set of new jk Rubicon wheels and tires I'm going to let him run. (32" tires) figure with a 2.5" lift and minor trimming we will be in business.
From what I understand all that is needed at that height is coils and rear links.
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Old January 6th, 2014, 11:24 AM   #2
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I have a 4" Zone lift on my WJ with JK Rubicon w/t. I love the setup. They still rub on turns. I put on Spidertrax spacers. They don't rub at full turn now. I have trimmed my fenders in the front too. The tires still run into the fog lights. I have 2" bump stops front and rear. New front lower control arms and the rear A-arm spacer.

A different avenue you could take would be to get some "upcountry" springs and 2" coil spacers. Put some extended bump stops in there and he should be OK.
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