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Old 03-20-2002, 09:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone have any good info on what coils to use for my fj40. I am thinking of going with a early Bronco style setup. Any ideas or suggestions, pics?
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Old 03-20-2002, 04:38 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Is anyone running coils on their Landcruiser?
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Anymore info?
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Old 03-20-2002, 08:50 PM   #5 (permalink)
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no sure about the coils but how are you going to locate the axle (4 link, etc.)? Also, please search first next time. BTW, welcome
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Not really sure, I would like to see what others have done. Did a search, but didn't find much.
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Old 03-21-2002, 08:48 AM   #7 (permalink)
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I've got some stock EB coils sitting in my garage taking up space. You can have them if you want them.
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Check out www.gohumvee.com, WOLF 359 is a coil sprung cruiser.

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Old 03-21-2002, 11:33 AM   #9 (permalink)
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Thanks Dave. I may take you up on those coils.
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I used Pro-Comp 4" Coils for a Jeep TJ on my rear.

They are 160 lb/in. I run a custom three link with upper wishbone and two lower arms. I use Ford F-150 radius arm bushings on the pivot end and standard bushings on the fixed end. The tubing for the arms is 2" x .120 ERW.
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I used Pro-Comp 4" Coils for a Jeep TJ on my rear.

They are 160 lb/in. I run a custom three link with upper wishbone and two lower arms. I use Ford F-150 radius arm bushings on the pivot end and standard bushings on the fixed end. The tubing for the arms is 2" x .120 ERW.
Wolf, how much rear steer do you get with your rear three link. And does it bother you?
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Here is my last post....
It is a kinda long read...

These DO work Sorry TRD

I do plan to change them a little mow that i know they work.

Moving them back about 4 inches.
Making a different attachment system.
May use Ford front trailing arms and??????

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Wolf, how much rear steer do you get with your rear three link. And does it bother you?
My links are long and quite parallel, so, rear steer is not too much of a problem. I've never had it be a noticable problem.

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Thanks for all the input guys. I really trying to get more info on the placement and mounting of the front coils. With the stock front end there is not a lot of room for coil towers/shock towers. I'm wondering if I'm going to need to cut a lot of the fender away.Does anyone sell a pre-fabbed part or am I gonna have to do a bunch of grinding/welding/bending etc? (My favorite past time lately).
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