California 2021 Willys 4-door Diesel Take-off Shocks, Springs LCAs, Box and hardware, $125

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i've got the parts listed above available, taken off of my 2021 JLUWD with barely 1600 miles on it.
these are the Red Willys Shocks that are shared with the Rubicon, and the heavier-duty springs that come on the Diesels.

$125; $150 includes the cool box that the Mopar 2" lift came in.
(KTM pictured not included. ;) )

located in the San Francisco East Bay area.

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PRICE DROP.

really want to see this stuff find a home that's not a scrap yard.

because these are the Diesel springs, this would be perfect for someone with a non-Rubicon who is going to add some weight to their rig but doesn't want to lift too high.
 

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PRICE DROP.

really want to see this stuff find a home that's not a scrap yard.

because these are the Diesel springs, this would be perfect for someone with a non-Rubicon who is going to add some weight to their rig but doesn't want to lift too high.
any idea what sort of gain this will do for a Sahara?
 
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not really an "idea", per se, but rather a *guess*.
i'd guess that whichever engine you have is lighter than the EcoDiesel, so ride height might gain maybe an inch, but probably less than 2 inches.
but i'm sure the upgraded Willys/Rubicon shocks would make for a slightly stouter ride, too.

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any idea what sort of gain this will do for a Sahara?
 

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not really an "idea", per se, but rather a *guess*.
i'd guess that whichever engine you have is lighter than the EcoDiesel, so ride height might gain maybe an inch, but probably less than 2 inches.
but i'm sure the upgraded Willys/Rubicon shocks would make for a slightly stouter ride, too.
Im in a 2.0 with a hardtop and no steel bumpers or trailer tow...I was looking for Rubicon suspension but this seems to be the same. What would be your best price? I would need to arrange for shipping if youre open to that.
 
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don't know if i'd say these springs were the "same" as what's on a Rubicon unless it's a Diesel. the Diesels got heftier springs to handle a few hundred pounds of extra weight, and might give more lift compared to springs for a non-diesel.

best price is what's listed.

i would be willing to ship, but think the cost from California to Philly might be exorbitant.


Im in a 2.0 with a hardtop and no steel bumpers or trailer tow...I was looking for Rubicon suspension but this seems to be the same. What would be your best price? I would need to arrange for shipping if youre open to that.
 
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still got this stuff; looking for a good home.
 
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this is the "sure hope someone can use this stuff" bump. :)
 
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would be a great upgrade for someone that's building a rig that will be heavily loaded/accessorized and they want to keep lower for better Center of Gravity and Fuel Economy.
asking price is worth the Rubicon shocks alone!
 
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OK, open to offers; really want to see this stuff go somewhere other than the landfill.
 

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OK, open to offers; really want to see this stuff go somewhere other than the landfill.
I'll look into this tomorrow. I just installed 285/75/r17 on a Willys. Intend to use Rubi springs and small spacers if necessary. To me the part numbers are a mystery.
 
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let me know if there's anything i can help with.

(you're just northwest of some of my favorite parts of the planet. great J**p territory!)

I'll look into this tomorrow. I just installed 285/75/r17 on a Willys. Intend to use Rubi springs and small spacers if necessary. To me the part numbers are a mystery.
 

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let me know if there's anything i can help with.

(you're just northwest of some of my favorite parts of the planet. great J**p territory!)
Sorry. Didn't notice the shocks were from a JLUW. Probably not the height increase [droids] I'm looking for.

Do you have a favorite trail in this area?? Per your directions, that would be Arizona/Nevada but there are Jeep trails in all directions.
 
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height doesn't come from the shocks, it comes from the springs.

regardless, i'm not sure what you might have been looking for, but check the P/Ns; i'm pretty sure those are the same shocks that come on the Rubicon, if that's the sort of thing you were looking for.

WRT area: i was thinking of the AZ Strip; Tuweep, specifically. been there?


Sorry. Didn't notice the shocks were from a JLUW. Probably not the height increase [droids] I'm looking for.

Do you have a favorite trail in this area?? Per your directions, that would be Arizona/Nevada but there are Jeep trails in all directions.
 

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You may be able to give them away in the pay it forward thread. Assuming your goal is to get them out of your garage.
 
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