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Ignorant question but, can they be used on the rear?
 

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Nothing like asking an ignorant one twice :rotflmao:
 

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f9k9 said:
Ignorant question but, can they be used on the rear?

I'm not sure... I would guess so, as I think the spring opening is the same, but not 100% sure on that.

Anyone else know? Mike will pay you 37 cents for the answer. :rotflmao:
 

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Maybe it wasn't an ignorant question?
 

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f9k9 said:
Ignorant question but, can they be used on the rear?

Spring spacers for a TJ are the same for either the front or rear. (as per RE having the same product number for both applications.)
 

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gregert12 said:
f9k9 said:
Ignorant question but, can they be used on the rear?

Spring spacers for a TJ are the same for either the front or rear. (as per RE having the same product number for both applications.)
Thanks, I need to get out my angle finder and take some pics of my rig on level ground for opinions. I swear it is drooping in the arse with all the tools and crap that I carry with me. That's with a light weight 8274 mounted up front. Most want the front lifted up to level but, I think my butt is dragging. :roll:
 

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These things are nice. I just mounted them on the front back in August to lift the front end.
 
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