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Old 04-12-2012, 01:14 PM
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Exclamation Rear spring perches

Any one know how big around and how tall the cylinder on the rear spring perch is (the one the insulator slips over)? I have to fab something to keep the springs centered on the upper RR 2.25" spacers when I flex since I don't have any bump stops (they were gone before I got the jeep).
I don't want to flex and have the spring not come back to rest on the spacer.

P.S. If you can get a measurement in the next 4hrs I'd love it--I can fab it up before I leave work.
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