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    Quote Originally Posted by DNorman View Post
    I also had to use a spring compressor on this spring because the gas tank was interfering with the spring when I had dropped the axle down low enough for everything to fit


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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue_Meany View Post
    Good call on the spring compressor. Reinstalled the passenger rear this morning with the aid of a compressor and going super slow to make sure the spring seated super snug in the isolator. Problem solved!!

    Thanks everyone for the tips!


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    Glad you guys got the issue fixed.

    I'm only bringing this up for safety's sake for people who have never used a coil spring compressor. Be careful as fuck. This tool could seriously injure or kill you if not used correctly.

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    I would also like to know what size tire you have on your Jeep. Are those beadlock wheels or just designed to look like them and what model are they? Your Jeep looks great!

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    New lift questions

    Quote Originally Posted by Ski View Post
    I would also like to know what size tire you have on your Jeep. Are those beadlock wheels or just designed to look like them and what model are they? Your Jeep looks great!
    Thanks!! Wheels are Method 305 with the machined finish. Just a simulated beadlock. Tires are cooper stt pros 37/12.5/17


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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Glad you guys got the issue fixed.

    I'm only bringing this up for safety's sake for people who have never used a coil spring compressor. Be careful as fuck. This tool could seriously injure or kill you if not used correctly.
    Oh for sure. I’ve used them in the past. They’re helpful, but can also be your worst enemy if your not careful.


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    Looks taller then 2


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