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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky07 View Post
    Swapped out the short 9000 326’s for 329’s, added core tier 3 lower front and rear control arms, stainless lines, new sway bar links front rear, core tier 4 front track bar, 2” bump stops in rear. I must say the Rancho progressive springs are amazing so far. With just these basic modifications, the Jeep rides amazing, steers like stock, and flexes quite well. Very happy with this kit so far!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky07 View Post
    Swapped out the short 9000 326’s for 329’s, added core tier 3 lower front and rear control arms, stainless lines, new sway bar links front rear, core tier 4 front track bar, 2” bump stops in rear. I must say the Rancho progressive springs are amazing so far. With just these basic modifications, the Jeep rides amazing, steers like stock, and flexes quite well. Very happy with this kit so far! Attachment 308643Attachment 308644Attachment 308645


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    Very nice rig! Very similar to mine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by catahoula View Post
    Very nice rig! Very similar to mine!

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    How much bumpstop are you guys running in front? Any rubbing? Still using stock drive shafts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rubiDave View Post
    How much bumpstop are you guys running in front? Any rubbing? Still using stock drive shafts?
    Good looking JK!! Running 2” in front and 2 1/4” in the rear. Will probably remove some rear when I go to flats in the future. Can’t say enough good things about the Core 4x4 products. For the price point, they are very good quality.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rubiDave View Post
    How much bumpstop are you guys running in front? Any rubbing? Still using stock drive shafts?
    I actually got EVO coils and 2" coil spacers in rear. Stock bumps and drive shafts. Extended brake line brackets. Rancho 329/330 9000's.
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