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Old 06-18-2019, 07:43 AM #16
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I forgot to take measurements to get an exact lift amount from the Moog springs...
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Looks a lot better, may end up going with a spacer to get a little higher in the back, but this will do for now. The shocks off the 18 off road did fit with no clearance issues related to the isolators.

Looks good! Did you need a spring compression device or just a floor jack?
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Looks good! Did you need a spring compression device or just a floor jack?
Just a jack.
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No compressor, floor jack on opposite side from where I am working, bottle jack to push the side I'm working on down just enough to free the spring from its perch.
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No compressor, floor jack on opposite side from where I am working, bottle jack to push the side I'm working on down just enough to free the spring from its perch.
That worked and I did the shocks at the same time. Sits way better and the little truck seems to turn, track, and generally just feels better, too.

What can be easily done up front other than a set of shocks? What are good options? I put a set of cheap KYB in back....
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