How many hours should be charged for the labor typically for this installation..? thankyou
Posted byon Friday 29th of May 2015Expect about 4-6 hours based on experience level and if you are doing other work(like adding new springs and shocks etc.) at the same time.
I have a 2006 Jeep LJ Rubicon with a 5.5" Rubicon Express Long Arm kit w/ Tri-Link Rear Suspension. At 5.5" of lift I obviously have some bowing in the rear springs. It seems pretty logical that this re-location kit would improve the ride quality of my rig, but honestly, its doesnt seem that bad to begin with. But maybe this is an issue of one doesnt know what they are missing unless they experience what this kit will provide. With the TriLink in the rear I do seem to get a fair bit of body roll going through turns on road. Would this kit really improve the handling characteristics? Tell me what I can expect. And there is absolutely NO Height added by putting these on? Im already as high as I would want to be, dont want to add anything else.
Posted byon Tuesday 4th of March 2014The coil correction will improve the ride and drive characteristics of any suspension it is used with. It allows the springs to work in the natural geometry they were designed for. It will not add any height to your suspension. Your fair amount of body roll is an unfortunate characteristic of the suspension you have installed. If you have more questions, feel free to give us a call.
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