My 2014 2dr Wrangler JK has about 1/2" of sag in th rear. I have a modest off road bumper without a swing-away tire carrier and a 33" tire. Will these springs work with my 3" lift kit (4wp part # TER1251202) or will the spring rate be to high? Will the off-road ride be to hard after adding these springs? I'm concerened I might not have enough mass on the back of the vehicle to compress the HD springs.
Any useful information is appreicated,
brkdvs0 from Denver, CO on
With the heavier bumper and the larger tire they should work out fine. It should keep the back just a little higher than the front.
Rody from Denver, CO on
So my 2-door jk sits on a 3.25 inch Rough Country lift. The rear sags a little with the 35 inch tire and carier. When I go off-roading the rear always seems to have little to no travel in it and I seem to always hit my bump stop even going over as little as a small tree branch. Will these coils be enough to not make it sag? Will they support the weight of a bumper, tire and carier?
Jacob from Flagstaff, Az on
yes they are heavy duty and 3.5" this should fix your problem.
Morgan from Flagstaff, Az on
Hi When you order these springs front and rear. Are you getting the new gen2 springs or Gen1 springs?
Peter from on
Thanks for asking. You will receive the newest spring Rock Krawler offers for this part number.
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