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im thinkin abour running 2 inch waggy springs in front and 2 inch wrangler springs in rear for soa. does anyone know what this will do for steering? also should i use rear or front waggys for the flattie. i want this thing to sit fairly level. is this even my best bet? im not gonna do a whole ton of wheeling, thisll be my daily driver too (im startin to wonder if i shoudl just pick up a set of wranglers and save myself the trouble) lemme know someone <IMG SRC="smilies/usa.gif" border="0">
 

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I'd say stick with the wrangler springs. I just wouldn't mix them. Don't know why you would? If you are going SOA with the wrangler springs you need to have something to control your axle wrap.
 

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well with waggy springs, ive been told that they move the front axle 2 inches forward, which would be good cuz right now with the spring under the oil pan on the 289 gets hit by the pumpkin when it flexes. what would you recommend for the axle wrap? how many leafs? rears all the way around?
 

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Im trying to research for mine right now too. So far I think Im going with all rears with rear axle wrap bars. Probably custom. Since I will have to add new spring hangers anyways, I planned to add a strap as thick as my bumper and then mount the spring hanger all the way to the edge of the front bumper. Same for rears. This will give me an extra 2-3 inches of wheel base? Its all still in the works right now but that is what I think I will do.
 
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