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Old 02-07-2002, 12:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Thumbs up New springs

I just put a set of BDS springs on my jeep(3 1/2's). They ride and flex freaking great. I have gone through 3 different brands of spings. These are by far the best for a stock style suspention i have ever come across. I went from buck board to cady.
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Where did you get them ???
How much !
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you have to be the only one i have ever heard that said they were not stiff as hell.
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you have to be the only one i have ever heard that said they were not stiff as hell.
Hmm, I've heard nothing but good, maybe it's a full size thing? I've never run them but I ordered a set for my K30 so I guess I'll wait and see.
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Ahhhh... lift springs for $60 each is hard to beat
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I ran procomp springs befor, they sucked. E-mail tealyj. He got them for me.
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