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Thread: Desperately need new coils

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdofmemi View Post
    They are definitely worth it.

    I didn't realize how good they were until I had to throw some 9000's on the rear so I can get my Kings repaired since I damaged both rears. You can really tell the difference.
    I do love the 2.5 adjustable Kings, the only issue is the location of the adjustment knob, it keeps finding rocks and now it needs to go back to king to get straightened out. I need to figure out a better location for them.

    They really are that good compared to everything else out there. Until you ride in a Jeep with coilovers and then your ruined.

    2015 JKUR AEV JK350
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    2015 JKU Rubicon AEV JK350
    1985 Jeep CJ8 Scrambler

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    What about the Evo spec king 2.0? I'm thinking 2.5 might be a bit of overkill for me, anyone tried both? I've read that the 2.0 are slightly more firm. I don't wheel hard and often, I just want something that will soak up pot holes and shitty roads

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