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Old 09-10-2015, 10:45 PM
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994713 lift springs??

Any idea what brand they are? They were bought at a Jeep swap meet around 1999 and we mounted them on my dads Wagoneer. Really stiff, even with a snowplow on the front. I think they were 4" lift.

I'm stealing parts from it to build up a J10. I took the front packs apart already, removing the second from the bottom leaf to see if that helps the ride any. Also painting them with graphite paint. They don't have any provisions for teflon sliders or anything like that.
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I think those are CSX rail car springs
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I think those are CSX rail car springs


Not far off! I tracked down the numbers to a Superlift kit back in the day. I ended up not using them because they were too rusty and badly pitted.


I know this thread is old, just updating in case someone searches those springs in the future.
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