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I just finished installing a set of High Lifter Springs on my 06 Rubicon.
I really like the way the bike handles now with the stiffer springs.
What I'm concerned about is that the rear increased in height by 1 1/4 in.
and the front by a good 1 inch.
My question is will this do any damage to the front axle as the axle is
more at an angle now.
Any in put would be appreciated.
Thanks
Dan
 

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I have had my springs on my Rubicon for over a year with no problems. You'll be fine.
 

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You didn't gain any more hieght then what it was stock. Your old springs were probably starting to sag. With the new high lifter springs in it just brought it back to what it was when the wheeler was new.

The shocks are only so long, you will not gain ANYTHING buy putting the springs in.

I put them in my 07 rubicon with less then 5 miles on it and it was exactly the same. Now after the lift was put in that was a different story.
 

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You didn't gain any more height then what it was stock. Your old springs were probably starting to sag. With the new high lifter springs in it just brought it back to what it was when the wheeler was new.

The shocks are only so long, you will not gain ANYTHING buy putting the springs in.

I put them in my 07 rubicon with less then 5 miles on it and it was exactly the same. Now after the lift was put in that was a different story.
 
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