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Thread: Jeep Coil spacers! Works for TJ, XJ, ZJ, LJ, WJ any height you want!

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    Jeep Coil spacers! Works for TJ, XJ, ZJ, LJ, WJ any height you want!

    I make all steel Jeep coil spring spacers... these are not like the cheap coil spring spacer you buy online that are made of poly (plastic). The ones you purchase online are a hard yet flexible plastic that turns to dust over time

    these can fit TJ (Wrangler) / LJ (Long Wheel Base TJ) / XJ (Jeep Cherokee) / ZJ (90s Jeep Grand Cherokee) / WJ (2000s Grand Cherokee)

    I can make then in any size you want! they are weldable

    I can also do installation and alignments if need be for a small fee


    3/16" spacers $15 per pair, $25 per set of 4

    1/2", 3/4" or 1" $25 pair, $45 set

    1.25", 1.5", or 1.75" $30 pair, $55 set

    2", 2.25, 2.5" or 2.75" $40 pair, $70 set

    3", 3.25, or 3.75" $45 pair, $80 set

    4" $55 pair, $100 set

    I can make other sizes... however any size over 4" is used at your own risk

    also make custom adapters that allow the use of other springs (such as 80s-90s Ford Thunderbird front coils, contact me for prices as this is a custom part)

    custom sizes = custom prices... there is a 3-7 day waiting period with 50% due up front (for materials)


    ALSO I might be able to build a set for a JK... but I would use YOUR JK for testing and measurements



    BEFORE COIL SPACERS



    AFTER COIL SPACERS






    Last edited by ericfx1984; 09-11-2011 at 06:25 PM.
    Steering stabilizers... all they are for is hiding death wobble and wasting your money... A properly setup Jeep DOES NOT need one

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    Pics of some 3" spacers I fabb'ed up today! these went in a TJ for a local guy's mall crawler... so far no complaints







    Last edited by ericfx1984; 09-11-2011 at 06:25 PM.
    Steering stabilizers... all they are for is hiding death wobble and wasting your money... A properly setup Jeep DOES NOT need one

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    HI, Im kinda new to the jeep scene. Im picking up a 91 cherokee on friday for the wifes winter drive. I would like to put a 3 inch lift on it, If I buy the 3" coil spacers from you, what else would I need for this lift to work. New shocks? Or would I be better off with just a 2" lift if I don't need anyother parts? And do you do installs?
    91 cherokee pioneer/95 lifted wrangler.

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    if any club members want a set/pair of these made up I will giv a discount for club members
    Steering stabilizers... all they are for is hiding death wobble and wasting your money... A properly setup Jeep DOES NOT need one

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    Hello I have a couple of questions. Im picking up a 91xj on friday for my wifes winter vehicle. I would like to lift it 2-3 inches. If I get the 3" spacers is there anything else I would need to properly lift it? Or would these be all I need. Will my stock shocks work? Or would a 2" lift work better? IE not needing anything else?
    And what kind of discount could I get for a front/rear set? and do you install? thanks... Lonnie
    91 cherokee pioneer/95 lifted wrangler.

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    @ 91xj/95yj

    these spacers will not work for the rear... you could use your stock shocks around 2.5" of lift IF you install shock cheaters... basically lifts the shock...

    I will PM you some more info
    Steering stabilizers... all they are for is hiding death wobble and wasting your money... A properly setup Jeep DOES NOT need one

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    I take that back I can not PM you...

    either way, I would do a 2" spacer and a lift shackle in the rear

    then for the time being you COULD space the shocks out an 1" or so

    I simple set of Bar Pin eliminators in the front would got a long way...

    I actually might be offering a kit that includes an adjustable shackle (1.5 to 2 1/8") it labeled as a Chevy Lowering Shackle... but it lifts the rear end of our XJs
    Steering stabilizers... all they are for is hiding death wobble and wasting your money... A properly setup Jeep DOES NOT need one

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    All ZJ REAR coil spacers that are taller than 0.5" now have a integrated rear spring post extension... the spring post extension doubles as a means of locking to spacer in place while also holding the coil center...

    This is a spin off from an idea that another Jeeper suggested to me

    the spring post extension is made of 2" OD HREW with a 1/8" wall, plenty strong for a spring post extension considering most people only use exhaust pipe adapters (1.75 OD to 1.75 ID)

    It is a very tight fit... might need a Big eff'ing hammer, a torch, or maybe a little grinder work on the factory spring post (not too much though... you want it to fit tight)



    Last edited by ericfx1984; 09-18-2011 at 01:35 AM.
    Steering stabilizers... all they are for is hiding death wobble and wasting your money... A properly setup Jeep DOES NOT need one

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    custom shackles made for a local guy, yep that's quarter inch steel... the center 'shaft' is 2x2 square with a .25 wall... and a beefy bushing (also available in red)... I dare you to try and break them...








    Steering stabilizers... all they are for is hiding death wobble and wasting your money... A properly setup Jeep DOES NOT need one

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    It's cool of you to make these kits at a reduced price for club members!

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