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Coil Over set up HOW TO ?
Need some feed back on coil over install

experiences..........
brands.........
spring rates .............
prices .................

pics ...........

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My jeep is CJ7 with a 454 nv 4500 dana 300 with d60 Front and rear







done multiple searches

I need real and functional setup .........springrates
 

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pcelle said:
Coil Over set up HOW TO ?
Need some feed back on coil over install

experiences..........
brands.........
spring rates .............
prices .................

pics ...........

3 link or 4 link


My jeep is CJ7 with a 454 nv 4500 dana 300 with d60 Front and rear







done multiple searches

I need real and functional setup .........springrates
Go get some sprung weights and figure out what travel shock you want.
 

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No that`s the total weight of the CJ 7,

How can you find out the just the sprung weight, just taking out the unsprung one?

What you think about a dual rate 3" coilover of 16" travel?

Because i think that big block is really heavy, plus NV4500
 

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Just take out the rear axle and tires and weigh them. Then do the front. That will be your unsprung wieght. I guess you could include your suspension as well.
 

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Any experience with 454 with coil over`s in this BB, i think Wolf in the TTC 2002 run a 502 in his TLC



and please don`t jump again with that shit of SEARCh, because the forum is going full of it.
 

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I run 400 over 300 on 16" SAW in the front.

For low to medium speed trail running and rock crawling, this works very well.

If you are doing more baja style high speed work, then you might want something a little stiffer.

My truck is 6000 lbs with a 12,000 winch and the BBC.
 
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