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Old December 6th, 2007, 10:11 PM   #1
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Default YJ 4.5 inch lift springs. $300 SOLD

Very good shape Softride springs. They are 5.5 springs but settled to 4.5

Great ride, softest leaf springs I have ever had. I actually went to stiffer shocks because they were so soft.

Anyway, selling them because I parted out the YJ and am building a XJ. Had these sold a while back but the buyer backed out and has not been heard from on here since.

I had them transported to Big Rapids for delivery, but they were not picked up, so there they sit.

$300, local pick up IN BIG RAPIDS

My preferred payment method is Pay-Pal

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Old December 6th, 2007, 10:13 PM   #2
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Let me talk to my buddy when he comes into work in the morning. He would be very interested in them.
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Old December 6th, 2007, 10:18 PM   #3
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they would bolt up to my cj7 right?
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I know not.

I think the CJ is a narrower spring, but I am not sure.
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they would bolt up to my cj7 right?
The back would bolt up, but the front springs are narrower on a CJ. I converted mine to run YJ springs, by running a YJ spring mount and shackle in the front (2.5" springs), and you will need different U-bolts as well to except the wider springs....and I have also seen people use a conversion shackle in the front such as this http://www.rubiconexpress.com/Produc...=5F8FD84367016

Best swap IMO, much more flex over a CJ spring
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And these springs are flexy.

Thanks D for the info.
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Still got them.

Trade for aftermarket XJ rear bumper, XJ rocker guards, car audio stuff
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