Shocks are the same, arms are the same. Springs are an easy swap. I gained about 1 inch over the Willys springs. I did also change the LCAs to the longer ones that come with the Mopar lift. There are several threads on here about the swap.
Looks great! I was looking at the Cincos myself. I was concerned that the 285/70r17 I have wouldn't look right on a 9.5 wheel. Can you post a picture straight on? I'd like to see how much they sick out compared to stock. Thanks
I know for a fact that the Rubicon and the Willys do not have the same springs, but they do have the same shocks. I put Rubicon coils on my Willys and seen a 1" gain in height. Attached is a picture of the rear springs side by side for comparison.
They are Rubicon take offs, 285 70 17 with take off Rubicon springs (shocks are the same) as well. It gave me about 1" lift over the stock Willys suspension. I was able to sell my M/Ts for what I paid for the BFGs and Rubicon springs are readily available for $100 or less. For me, it sits just...
I ran mine for about 3k, They gripped the road alright, but nothing like the BFG Rubicon tires. My Jeep seemed to wander the road a little with the M/T tires, even aired down to 32psi. MY Jeep just feels more stable with the wider tire on it.
I put the Rubicon flares on mine as well. That gap for the bumper was the worst. I ended up putting on the steel rear Rubicon bumper. Its super easy too. My son and I changed it out in less than an hour.
I needed a new phone charger and just received these
They are a very close match to the Bikini color (minus the pearl of course) Roll your eyes, my wife did, but I figured someone else might be interested.