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    ^^ Thank you both for the input. I guess the smartest thing to do is to actually measure my shocks and see where I'm at before I spend any money making changes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkey View Post
    ^^ Thank you both for the input. I guess the smartest thing to do is to actually measure my shocks and see where I'm at before I spend any money making changes.
    No problem. I ended up removing my 3" bumps and shock extensions went with just the kit shocks and leaving the coil spacers in to level it out after the bumper winch. If i remember correctly ranchos site shows the shock numbers that come with the kit. You could look the part numbers up amd determine the lengths that way if need be to get a baseline rather than finding somewhere to flex fully.

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    Just an update of my Jk Rubicon with the 2” progressive kit with 2” front bumps, 2.25” rear bumps and swapped 9000 329 front shocks on 37’s and AEV Pintler beadlocks. Other than some pinch seam trimming in the rear, this setup works very well, rides amazing, and flexes great for what it is. This is a great LCOG setup! Image1544409061.916952.jpgImage1544409082.915035.jpgImage1544409103.615780.jpg


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky07 View Post
    Just an update of my Jk Rubicon with the 2” progressive kit with 2” front bumps, 2.25” rear bumps and swapped 9000 329 front shocks on 37’s and AEV Pintler beadlocks. Other than some pinch seam trimming in the rear, this setup works very well, rides amazing, and flexes great for what it is. This is a great LCOG setup!


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    Looking good! 🍻


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    Quote Originally Posted by BaddestCross View Post
    Looking good!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky07 View Post
    Just an update of my Jk Rubicon with the 2” progressive kit with 2” front bumps, 2.25” rear bumps and swapped 9000 329 front shocks on 37’s and AEV Pintler beadlocks. Other than some pinch seam trimming in the rear, this setup works very well, rides amazing, and flexes great for what it is. This is a great LCOG setup! Image1544409061.916952.jpgImage1544409082.915035.jpgImage1544409103.615780.jpg


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