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All_sammi
03-15-2005, 05:35 PM
hey, I was at stave on Sat. for a few hours of drinking and was coming down a gravel trail from a beach I frogot about a ditch and smoked it doin about 35Km. and did some custom re-arc work to my front springs[redneck] some now im in need of some leafs. i could just bolt in stock leafs(and most likely will for now, when i find some:D) But I would rather trade up to a longer leaf like out of a heep but not sure if the results are worth it. If you have done this what would you suggest.If you have any other things to point out, let me know

87 Samurai
Rear leafs in front, Coils in back
Sammi axles with 5.13, Lock-Rite in Rear
32" Tsl Sx High steer & Rancho 9000's

sj-x 500
03-15-2005, 06:07 PM
cj's are pimped. just need to get longer shackles or drop links, ride nicer, flex better, and lift it a bunch

Zuk's on Ice.

dlo
03-15-2005, 07:38 PM
put ur rears up front and get some cj's that's what i'm running iwth toy axles rides nice

88 sami

EIEIO
03-15-2005, 08:11 PM
Yah I have rear leafs up front and they make a hell of a difference. Very easy to fab up as well. Put YJ's or CJ's in the rear.

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All_sammi
03-16-2005, 03:55 PM
im not thinking about anythiong for the back (read sig.) but am wondering if it is worth changing the hangers, Shackles, and maby perches to get jeep springs under her. I heard that with jeep springs you get way bad axlewrap and might need a trac bar. if thier isnt much of a differance in flex then will track down some rears to toss back in.


87 Samurai
Rear leafs in front, Coils in back
Sammi axles with 5.13, Lock-Rite in Rear
32" Tsl Sx High steer & Rancho 9000's

sj-x 500
03-16-2005, 04:05 PM
see my post.

cj's just need shackles.

Zuk's on Ice.

All_sammi
03-16-2005, 05:34 PM
how are the cj springs for lenght same or bit longer

87 Samurai
Rear leafs in front, Coils in back
Sammi axles with 5.13, Lock-Rite in Rear
32" Tsl Sx High steer & Rancho 9000's