My shackles are 1"-1.5" lift, you should be fine with OEM.
Looks like a nice little flatty...add a little color, light green, black even a red and that little jeep would pop!
Some have done this, YJ Spring Conversion: 1955-1975 CJ to YJ Spring Conversion , I am now leaning this way for my CJ6. You can also, contact,...
Had enough of the leaking hard top, so put on a soft top.
"A" class build!
I used EZ...I had an issue, but that was me not the harness. :banghead:
I used this on my 71....I was a little leery at first, but they have proved pretty good....I am not normally, a Rough country fan, this is the...
I'm guessing $$$$$, the rear is a lot cheaper and easier to set up.
I think this is a good build, a lot to start with there.
Looks like a great start for someone...being a Tux, BONUS!
Looks like a good solid start!
I'm thinking the springs will soften up, with more miles and with some crawling.
These are the same that I put on my 71 CJ5, and they are considered 1.5" lift shackles.
Yes, yes you do!!!!!!!!
I choose to buy a CJ6 instead. :whistle:
I want the fenders of the 5...:whistle::whistle:
I am pretty sure you will have to cut that out.
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They could have at least put the correct Jeep decals over the stamped Jeep!:banghead:
But you all know there is some guy who is trying to convince his wife, that this is the project he has been looking for and he is not going to...
Well, here is my plan....The 6 ready for the Rubicon and maybe the Sierra Trek in 2020. This is going to be a challenge!
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