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Coil springs for SAS?

rguy

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Republic of Texas
Year, Model & Trim Level
'91 Explorer 4x4
I currently have a Superlift 5.5" Ranger kit on my '91 Explorer and am in the process of evaluating a SAS. Can I reuse these coils? It appears most people order different coils, but I can't figure out why? As far as the lift goes, I'm satisfied with the height, but I would like the heaftier Dana 44 up front.

Thanks.
 


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RockRanger

Elite Ranger
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Fresno CA
Year, Model & Trim Level
86 ranger no more
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KK6TDL
TTB springs are to stiff. DB1 had them for a while and they dont flex when used on a solid axle. Early bronco springs from wildhorses4x4 seem to be a popular spring. I am going to try some jeep XJ springs. Some say they are to soft but I plan on trying it anyway.
 
























COB

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City, State
KELOWNA B.C
Year, Model & Trim Level
1991 RANGER
i have run ttb coils and they are too stiff
i just put james duff progessive coils in and havent tried them yet
i took out the 6.5" bds xj coils and they where nice and soft
ttb's 440pps
xj's 240pps
jd progressive 200-370pps
 




redranger4.0

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2000 Ranger XLT
i have a set of XJ 4.5 and ZJ 6" coils. Well see how well they end up working.
 




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