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I KNOW I SHOULDNT BE SAYING WRANGLER BUT HAS ANYBODY USED WRANGLER SPRINGS ON A CRUZAH??

SAME WIDTH AND 1.25" LONGER THAN MY 4" SPRINGS..

MY CRUZAH WEIGHS 3750LBS...

WRANGLERS PROBABLY PRETTY CLOSE..
MY BUDDIES TJ WEIGHS 3400LBS UNLOADED!!!

[ 10-14-2001: Message edited by: 71RCKCRZR RYAN COELHO ]
 

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I belive Wolf359 used TJ lift springs for his rear coil set up. Matt
 

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Wrangler springs are actualy a 1/4 inch narrower than Cruiser springs if i am not mistaken.
 

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I have a set in my garage and am thinking about trying them when I do my soa. I hear they are really soft.
he said springs not coils
 

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SOA!
You mean you are going to the dark side! <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
 

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I'm thinking about it I have absoulutly no probs with my height or flex. but I'm sick of hitting my front spring hangers and I need to move my rear axle back 6 inches so as long as im under there.

I've also thought about toy pickup rears. they are about 4 inches longer on one side if I remember right so I might throw those in back and wranglers in the front and see what happens.
 
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