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    What is the best riding coil springs?? I currently have 4” skyjacker and they are tra

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    My 3” zone coils ride decent, better than the RK lift I had on my last TJ. OME/Currie both have excellent reputations for ride quality but I can’t speak personally. Tires/shocks/suspension geometry all have big rolls on ride quality in my experience.


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    A good friend of mine runs Old Man Emu and very happy with the ride. He runs the 2.5” with rancho 9000s, 35s and high clearance OEM fenders on a LJ. Nice ride overall


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    I have ran the 4inch Currie for a few years and I loved them, they did ride a little firm but I liked the overall ride comfort and handling.


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    I may get laughed out of here but, my buddy has some teraflex springs on his TJ and I think it rides pretty nice.

    Beautiful Jeep BTW.


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    Depends on what you do with it.

    I have been running the SkyJacker 4" springs for about three years now. I wanted them because they are soft. Very soft, but it's no daily driver. It's a Trail rig. It flexes very well. A bit too loose for the street but I run the stock stabilizer in the rear and Curries AntiRock set to max resistance in front on the street. On trail runs it's a flexing machine.
    If it were a daily driver I'd gone much stiffer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fridge81 View Post
    I may get laughed out of here but, my buddy has some teraflex springs on his TJ and I think it rides pretty nice.

    Beautiful Jeep BTW.


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    Nothing wrong with TeraFlex if it does what you need it to. Or SkyJacker. Or even ProComp.

    I've got Teraflex, SkyJacker, Currie, Rokmen, Brown Dog, ProComp, Tom Woods, Rancho, Fox, Walker Evan's, RCV axles, UCF, RockHard, Evolution, and others I can't remember on my Jeeps. I like them all but I pick and choose to my needs.

    If it does what you needed it to and works well, then it's good to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldButStillJeeping View Post
    Nothing wrong with TeraFlex if it does what you need it to.
    Or if it doesn't break and leave you stranded. Or if they blame the customer for their poor manufacturing and quality control. But, yeah, other than that, there's nothing wrong with Teraflex.
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    As I always say, ride quality is 100% subjective. What kind of ride do you prefer? Soft or on the firm side? Also, At 4" of lift, is it safe to assume you're riding on a long arm kit?

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