This might get you close. I sold my TF 3" srings last year and the shipping weight was 46lbs. I shipped them in a TF 4" spring box and IIRC the weight on the box was virtually the same. Call it 48lbs, good to go.
Going to 4", eh? Good move. I started with a TF 4" kit w/3" springs & 35s. One trip to Moab and I knew I needed more. Swapped out for 4" springs and 37s a year ago. The rig is MUCH better with them. One thing though, TF adds excess bump stop to their 4" kit that doesn't make a lot of sense. The 3" kit has 2 3/4" in front, 2 3/4" rear, which was just about perfect. For some reason with 4" springs they add another 2 1/2" to the front and 2" to the rear. On my rig the 4" springs were exactly 1" taller than the 3s. When I ramped the rig I wasn't very impressed with the results. I discovered all that extra bump stop was restricting compression travel excessively. I ended up tossing TF's bump stops and installed Poly's 4" stops in their place. All is now cool. In their latest catalog TF shows some different length bump stops that would allow you to tune them to a variety of length combinations. Unfortunately last time I checked none of them were showing up on the .BIZ web site. Might want to call Joe & see if they're actually available.
Not sure if this belongs here or in modified tech, so here goes. I just ordered a new pair of sliders from VKS fab that are frame mounted and can be either drilled or welded. After talking to Vick at VKS I decided to weld because I was under the impression that it would provide better overall...
I was wondering: some Wrangler JK online retailers say "with air conditioning".
Does it mean that there are two different serpentine belts? Will that one work if a Wrangler JK doesn't have A/C?
It's a bit confusing.
Engine light came on. It started to idle rough. I got code P0301. Took it to stealership since it is under the powertrain warranty and they told me it is not covered. Does anyone have any advice on where to learn on how to change fuel injectors?
Thanks in advance!
2015 JKU 44K
I have a 2014 automatic unlimited rubicon with a teraflex 3" full 8 flexarm lift kit, 35" tires and I am going to install Yukon 4.88 R&P.
Should I install a transmission cooler. I have been reading some threads regarding an over heating problem. And if so, any recommendations?
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