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I've been visiting this forum for a few weeks now and have some of the terminology figured out, but not all. Please help me fill in the blanks:

BB: Body Lift
MML: Motor Mount Lift
RE: Rubicon Express
LA: Long Arm
SA: Short Arm
SF: ????
BDS: ????

Thank you. Please add any other common abbreviations commonly found here.
 
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SF - Are what RE calls there SA kits.. Superflex
BDS - means BigDickSuspensions
 
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BB - Budget Boost Usually Coil Spacers

BL - Body Lift
 

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some extras-

OBA: On Board Air
TB: Track Bar
LCA: Lower Control Arm
UCA: Upper Control Arm
OME: Old Man Emu
TT: Tummy Tucker


That's all I can think of for now.
 

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FSM=factory service manual
AR=Air Rubi :wink:
FB= fish bite.....long story!
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FUBAR: F#cked Up Beyond All Repeir

I can't believe I forgot this one; it is a Jeep owner's staple.
 
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Thanks for your help guys.

BB - Budget Boost Usually Coil Spacers

BL - Body Lift
I knew that one. Guess i wasn't thinking when I was typing it.

SOA = Spring Over Axle (yah, it's YJ/CJ not rubi, but you hear it a lot)
I'm pretty familiar with that one having owned numerous Samurais. You're right, pretty hard to get a TJ SUA isn't it.

SF - Are what RE calls there SA kits.. Superflex
So RE offers their lifts in a short-arm configuration? How do they ride compared with the LA systems?
 

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Or if you're working on your Jeep.

DC special tool# 1 = BFH = Big F'n Hammer
DC special tool# 2 = Crow Bar (it's a close second)
 
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>So RE offers their lifts in a short-arm configuration? How do they ride compared with the LA systems?
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I sure love the way mine rides and wheels. I just couldn't afford a long arm kit, but mine is saaawwweeettt.

I am sort of glad at this point I went with the 3.5" Kit Coils, they do seem to ride much much softer than the 4.5" springs.
 
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