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|Front Spring Included:||Yes|
|Front Spring Inside Diameter:||4.04 in|
|Front Spring Length:||17.5 in|
|Front Spring Outside Diameter:||5.3 in|
|Number of Pieces:||2|
|Rear Spring Included:||No|
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Q:I have a 96' Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4.0 (six cylinder) the description says that you have the front springs and they give a 2 inch lift. First, is this accurate and second, do you cary the rear springs that also give a 2 inch lift.
A:Yes, this part fits your vehicle and It will give you 2 inch lift in front. We do not carry the lift springs for the rear of your vehicle with the same brand.
A:You can move your current front springs to the rear, they will give you lift. They are different than the current rears as they must be "stouter" to compensate for the wieght of the engine. Do a search on "spring swap", and it goes through it step by step!
A:I have a 97 4.0 ZJ, what you do is buy these V8 springs to put on the front, then take the old front springs and move to the rear. The old front springs are taller to account for the V8 engine weight, putting them on the rear lifts approx 2" same as the new V8 springs on the front.
Q:I want to buy these but it only says you have the front spring coils, I also need the rear ones. Do you have those also?
A:For further assistance, please provide the year, make, model and engine size of your vehicle.
A:Jesse from Texas did not read the 2 posts above him. When you buy the new ones put the front that you took off on your rear and it should balance out your height. ones in front are longer because your V8 engine is way heavier than the empty cargo area. Good luck!