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I am running 4" Offroad EVO Plush Ride Springs with Teraflex 1" spacers in the rear of my JK and it "squats" a little too much for me.



I would like to keep the rear Teraflex spacer/guides and switch out to a Teraflex coil. I have heard the Teraflex coils give more lift that advertised, so my question is; should I run a 4" or 6" spring?

Is anyone running a similar setup with 37" Toyos that can give me a measurement from the ground to a reference point on the Jeep (like the stock fender flare if you haven't switched to after market fenders)?

Thanks in advance :beer:
 

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Are you carrying a ton of weight in the back?
Has this done this since you put them on?
Did you call evo?
Just seems odd, most of the time the jeep favors the other side when modified
 

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No...in that picture the Jeep only has a cooler in the back. I have not spoken with EVO yet, I just was looking for some real world feed back. I will call Mel today.
 

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Has it always sat that way or did it settle like that?
 

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This could be a stupid question but from the pic it looks like you are running coilovers up front? Have you checked to see what height they are actually set to sit at?

It may be a "front end too high" issue and not a "rear end too low" issue.
 

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Ah I didn't notice the coilovers
 
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