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Old 07-14-2022, 04:32 PM #16
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Ive had 4600s on my first gen and 3rd gen and I love them. If you are thinking of rear coils old man emu is the route I went and they have been great.
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Originally Posted by phattyduck View Post
Stock? Any reason not to use your current springs? Fronts don't sag, generally (unless really rusty or something). Rears may sag, just get new OEM spec coils if that is the case.

-Charlie
Both front and rear are stupid rusty!

I put '99 tall's in back and I did in fact order up some OEM front springs. I need to drive this every day, so while I was able to do my rear springs and shocks, plus steering rack and front sway bar bushings (so far and I can REALLY feel the difference) I am having the garage up the street to my front coil overs, LBJ's (originals still on) and LCA bushings to just about finish the refresh of the suspension and make it nicer to drive.

Thank you for your thoughts!
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