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Rear Spring Options For Lifting Your WD21 Pathy

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Yep, it was this info you posted that I was thinking of. I'm pretty sure it was in a different thread at first (or different place in this one). :shrug:

 

 

part num code dia tag color
52001117 FH - .500 (grey)
52088102 FJ - .520 (green)
52088103 FK - .530 (yellowish. old part number 52001119)
52088181 FL - .540
52088361 FM - .550 (blue)
52088362 FN - .560 (yellow) [definately yellow, just got a pair]
52088104 GK
52088105 GL
52088363 GN - .600
52089141 GP
52089171 DL

 

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Exactly......no need for spacers if you get new UCA's. Most aftermarket ones are made to allow for more natural angles of the ball joint, same as if you added a spacer to your current UCA's

What about aftermarket UCAs and the spacers? The would lift more with a t-bar tweak right?

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Aftermarket arms don't actually create more lift range, they (all but one) just correct the angles of the ball joint once lifted.

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So has anyone had any luck just buying new springs for a JGC and installing them with a successful 3-4" lift?

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Ok I'm trying to lift my pathfinder and I'm ganna use the jeep springs and reindex my t bars do I need to get different shocks and do I need to do anything with the sway bar links.

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Ok I'm trying to lift my pathfinder and I'm ganna use the jeep springs and reindex my t bars do I need to get different shocks and do I need to do anything with the sway bar links.

 

When I did mine, the rear adjustable shocks no longer were happy. I never really used the SPORT/COMFORT settings anyway. I would suggest new shocks that add a few inches of travel compared to stock. I put Monroe shocks on my old 95 but I have seen other people using Rancho shocks

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