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Lower coils for a LCG

Well before i put on flat fenders I bought Teraflex 4" coils. I now would like to lower it a little bit more as it does sit to high for my liking and 4" lift now makes my 37's look tiny. I would like to drop down to a 3" coil but not sure what ones. Been looking at Tera 3" AEV 3.5" and OME HD. Would like them to handle well on the road as well as offroad. Whats the deal with progressive rate coils? I have a Rock hard front bumper with a warn 9500 in the front and in the back i have a rockhard with tire carrier, if that helps. I have been checking some of the Planmans LCG stuff but not sure what size extended bumpstops i will need since i am sure all of the spring choices i gave yeild different heights. Anyway thanks for reading this and if any body want to step up to a 4" coils these will be avalible soon. Heres what she looks like now
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Well before i put on flat fenders I bought Teraflex 4" coils. I now would like to lower it a little bit more as it does sit to high for my liking and 4" lift now makes my 37's look tiny. I would like to drop down to a 3" coil but not sure what ones. Been looking at Tera 3" AEV 3.5" and OME HD. Would like them to handle well on the road as well as offroad. Whats the deal with progressive rate coils? I have a Rock hard front bumper with a warn 9500 in the front and in the back i have a rockhard with tire carrier, if that helps. I have been checking some of the Planmans LCG stuff but not sure what size extended bumpstops i will need since i am sure all of the spring choices i gave yeild different heights. Anyway thanks for reading this and if any body want to step up to a 4" coils these will be avalible soon. Heres what she looks like now
If you were closer I'd see about trading you my 3" Teraflex springs.


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i dont see it... i think it looks perfect

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post #4 of 4 Old 06-30-2010, 11:35 PM
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No idea, but those are the most expensive/bad ass beadlocks. I'd love to have a set of those!

The Jeep does look higher than necessary. We just pulled the bumpstops off a friends teraflex long arm lift on 37s. Got him a hole bunch of needed flex back. Something to consider before lowering. Can take advantage of the flex, or get even less by lowering it.

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