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post #1 of 3 Old 04-08-2011, 01:05 PM Thread Starter
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So ok I have a question. What exactly is the difference between the JKU sport springs and the Rubi springs. The part numbers on the ones I'm getting are the same in the rear and one number off in the front. I was told recently that they would give a sport a slight lift, is there any truth to this? I still plan on running the rubi shocks and springs I just wanted to know if there was a difference in height to be expected when i install them.

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Well I have a 2 door sport, and put rubi 4 door springs on it with a Tera flex 2.5" BB, and I got 4" of lift. but thats with a two door soft top and no heavy bumpers on it, I don't you will see much, maybe a little. Now on mine I went from #13 springs in the front to #17, not sure what the spring # is on your's now and what you are getting? more info will help us help you. But like I said I have a Two door ( real jeep !! LOL ) so not to sure what you will get out of it.


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