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Old 09-29-2009, 08:45 PM
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i have been looking on the net the only set i found was on rustys and they want like 100 bucks for the coils what other websites should i check????
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Rough country doesnt list them on ther site but im sure if you call them they can get you a price

$100 seems like a decent price for new springs
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get a set of grand cherokee up-country coils. any auto wrecker should have them, they net 2.5-3 inches
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are rustys/rough country ones good though or wich is better
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i got a set up v8 grand on it rite now with like 3" of spacers and it sits at 3" in the front if you ask me they gave O" of lift
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the up-country package was a factory lift if im not mistaken. the v8 springs wont do it for you
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Originally Posted by shawnmf View Post
are rustys/rough country ones good though or wich is better
there proably about the same, i have read that rustys is a softer ride but i can tell you that its not that soft, i have there 3" kit

if your looking for a good ride maybe check old man emo or rubicon express there more money but also a better ride
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Check Quadratec or 4WD Hardware they both carry RE, SKYJACKER,SUPERLIFT,PROCOMP.
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ware to get a set of 3" lift coils
are rustys/rough country ones good though or wich is better

Where can you get a pair of 3" coils, and which ones are better?
I'd recommend rough country, they've held up well on my buddy's rig and he's been running them for quite a while under heavy offroading. The V8 Grand Cherokee coils provide a pretty stiff ride unless you have a 4.0 in your XJ, and then they do little to lift it because of the similar engine size and weight on the coils.

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Yep, I'm saving up for my lift kit as well, but won't go cheap because I've found that "you get what you pay for". You might find a pair of 3" coils under $100.00 on sale or something but be very carefull. The average price is $170.00 for a pair of quality lift coil springs. I've had Rogh Country lifts before and they were fantastic! Just had to put out a bit more money for the leaf packs or you'll get add-a-leafs or blocks.
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Originally Posted by Lenny View Post
Yep, I'm saving up for my lift kit as well, but won't go cheap because I've found that "you get what you pay for". You might find a pair of 3" coils under $100.00 on sale or something but be very carefull. The average price is $170.00 for a pair of quality lift coil springs. I've had Rogh Country lifts before and they were fantastic! Just had to put out a bit more money for the leaf packs or you'll get add-a-leafs or blocks.
well the ones for under 100 are from rustys and somebody said that they would be the same price from RC and i dont need a whole lift mine is lifted three inches rite now but i wannt coils up front instead of just spacers and coils
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Send a pm to GRIMUS99XJ. He takes orders for Rough Country. Tell him what your looking for. He's a good guy to work with.
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