Originally posted by 1220. Jeepster....1220:
<STRONG>That's pretty damned sweet, but too much $$$$$$$$$$$ for me <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0"></STRONG>
Originally posted by BellyUp:
<STRONG>no I dont think so. Why would it. Its basicly static. It might bunch up on compression but I dont think the spring moves enough to really cause any damage to the threads.
Otherwise the stock mounts would have extensive wear on them. right?</STRONG>
It basically a glorified coil spacer. Nice to be able to adjust, but like I said before too much money for 'em...Originally posted by James Hasler:
<STRONG>The reason these exist is to be able to make fine adjustments in your ride height. Add a winch? You can use these to level out the front end again. Have your springs sagged? If you have these, you can raise it back up again. Nothing more, nothing less. If you just want lift, get something else...
200$ to level the jeep, or 40$ for some spacers... at .75, 1.25, 1.75, or 2 inch.... hmmm i got it covered for 40$Originally posted by 1220. Jeepster....1220:
<STRONG>It basically a glorified coil spacer. Nice to be able to adjust, but like I said before too much money for 'em...</STRONG>
If I had the money I would snach them up fast. I like a lower Center of gravity for highway driving. (Daily driver) As is with my 3" Tera lift and one inch body lift I got only 1/2" clearance under my rafters of this damn ol garage I got. 35" tires. I cant add the rest of the roof rack I have designed now that I live here!Originally posted by badassjeepguy:
....... i just dont see why you would need these......... <IMG SRC="smilies/rolleyes.gif" border="0"></STRONG>