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    I stick with 3" springs because of my garage clearance. I tell myself the lower center of gravity is good and parking garage fitment at the airport can be a factor. However if my Jeep stayed outside, I'd run 4's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zimm View Post
    I stick with 3" springs because of my garage clearance. I tell myself the lower center of gravity is good and parking garage fitment at the airport can be a factor. However if my Jeep stayed outside, I'd run 4's.
    I think your Rig looks Great! Just got my 3” enforcer in and I can’t wait to get it on.... I figure IF I ever go to 37’s I could add a small spacer... or not.... But after seeing the fun those guys had in the Gladiator at KOH... with 35’s and that wheelbase... I think I’ll be on 35’s for a long time... lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    I think your Rig looks Great! Just got my 3” enforcer in and I can’t wait to get it on.... I figure IF I ever go to 37’s I could add a small spacer... or not.... But after seeing the fun those guys had in the Gladiator at KOH... with 35’s and that wheelbase... I think I’ll be on 35’s for a long time... lol
    I think you’ll be really happy with that setup.

    I know for me and how I pack 3 inches sags too much. I keep kicking the idea around to put a spacer or buckle down and order 4” springs. But at this point I half assed forgot I own a Jeep anymore so it’ll probably stay the same. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by HighwayTrout View Post

    I know for me and how I pack 3 inches sags too much.
    Only when it's warm out.
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    3” or 4” Plush Rides?

    Quote Originally Posted by HighwayTrout View Post

    I know for me and how I pack 3 inches sags too much....
    They have pills for that.

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    ^^^ Lol!!! Jinx!

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    Hahaha

    As long as she believes it’s 5 I’m good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HighwayTrout View Post
    Hahaha

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    Just give her 3 twice.
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    I played around with spacers a lot. I ended up with 1/2" spacers on the passenger side (front and rear) and now I'm just about level if I'm sitting in the Jeep. Still a bit of "JK lean" to passenger, but better than no spacers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zimm View Post
    I played around with spacers a lot. I ended up with 1/2" spacers on the passenger side (front and rear) and now I'm just about level if I'm sitting in the Jeep. Still a bit of "JK lean" to passenger, but better than no spacers.
    Guess I've been lucky and never had a deal with the JK lean. My jeep always looked relatively straight and measured out fine. I did the 3in on 37's and decided throw a half inch spacer on there but the coil did not look secure in my opinion so just running 3inch plush rides. Now i did put the coil spacer and coil isolator on together so I don't know if that was the problem. I love the ride of the Evo coils and been considering stepping up to the 4in just for a little bit more travel. But then I go into the self argument about if I'm going to put any more height in the Jeep I might as well just convert to coilovers.
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