I ordered Genright Coilover Kit for my 2013 Jeep JK Unlimited. I originall had a 2009 model but sold it last April. I bought these parts last year and due to the fact I do not make a lot of money, I would save and then by bits and pieces here and there. To make a long story short, it is time for me to start my build. The company doing my build is a local company who does awesome work. The owner has built several Ultra 4 vehicles for some top names in the sport one who has actually won the Hammers. He is very knowledgeable and very meticulously when it comes to building your project. My build includes a coilover suspension front and rear. We are only installing the coilovers and no control arms because those will be custom as well. So the builder knows what spring rate to run in the front of my jeep but was sourcing info from Gentight on their rear coilover setup because he has nerver built their kit. A call to Genright and they would not give him their spring rates, but asked why we were not using King Coilovers. He told them that he has a good relationship with Fox and the cars that he has built was with the Fox product. I have spent quite a bit of money with Genright and I was very upset over stinking spring rates. We were attempting to get a starting point as we know every Jeep is different due to the fact how and where the coilovers are set up.
Am I wrong?
Am I wrong?