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Got a lift. So won’t need these. Or may just keep as spare if needed.
$275 local pick up.
Too expensive to ship.

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What’s the spring numbers on them, and where you located at?
 
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Here is a pic I found of 1 of the spring number. Will have to get the rest when I get back.

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I don’t know the part numbers, but from what I’ve read on here, you can use them. There should be a thread somewhere telling you how much it will lift and so forth. Even pics they have posted.
 

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How do I know what spring numbers are right for my 2021 sport s softop.
Tbh I’m not sure how these spring numbers work but what I know is the higher the number the more lift I would give, it also depends what type of equipment you have and what engine you have. Try this page I found that was pretty neat, as for fitting, I think they will all fit, except jeep jt (gladiators) those won’t fit jls. For instance I’m looking for some higher numbers because I have a Diesel engine so it’s a tad heavier.

https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/forum/threads/3-0-jlur-factory-spring-part-numbers.43915/
 
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Tbh I’m not sure how these spring numbers work but what I know is the higher the number the more lift I would give, it also depends what type of equipment you have and what engine you have. Try this page I found that was pretty neat, as for fitting, I think they will all fit, except jeep jt (gladiators) those won’t fit jls. For instance I’m looking for some higher numbers because I have a Diesel engine so it’s a tad heavier.

https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/forum/threads/3-0-jlur-factory-spring-part-numbers.43915/
Mine is a 3.6L 4Dr.
 
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