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Old 02-22-2002, 02:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Arrow wrangler springs

ok i need to know a i did a r/s on my sammi (yes i took the coils off) and i need to know the wrangler springs are the 5 leaf pack and they have two milatry raps on one side and one on the other witch one do i want to face forward the two or the one rap thanks




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Old 02-22-2002, 04:26 AM   #3 (permalink)
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springs

Got the same ones generaly the side with the single has the pressed in bushing which would go to the frame and the double to the shackle side but it really doesnt matter I put them on in reverse to to get the extra 1/2" pin not center on the 5 pack rear
at least they weren't on mine.
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none of my wrangler leafs have a military wrap,did I get cheated....
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must be aftermarkets. the stock wranglers don't have a millitary wrap.
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Old 04-25-2002, 12:42 PM   #6 (permalink)
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none of my wrangler leafs have a military wrap,did I get cheated....
Last weekend at Moab I noticed that Chris V's Rancho lifted Wrangler springs have (sortof) military wraps - the 2nd leaf comes around the end of the main leaf, but does not completely encompass it.
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Rucicon Express wranglers have the military wrap also...
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Military wrap goes on the frame mount end! It's there for safety, if the main leaf breaks you don't loose control of your axle....

The military wrap also helps some with axle wrap. When the axle torques, it has to bend two full leafs instead of just one. It's still possible to bend both (I've done it), but it sure helps...
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I bent a Rancho 44044 last weekend......Backing out of a whole, and it pushed my tire underneath my body.....made a 90* angle out of my spring!
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.....made a 90* angle out of my spring!
Something like this...
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I wish i had a pic of mine, mine was a full 90* angle!
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