Gaining lift by changing OEM springs?

MIke Honcho

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I’m a new (to me) 2019 Sahara 2.0T Auto owner. I want to add a small lift to her and level her out. (It sits 1/2 inch higher on back due to rake.) My OEM springs are as followed:

LF: 59 RF: 60
LR: 88 RR: 89

Is it as simple as adding OEM springs:

LF 62 RF 63
LR: 90 RR: 91

Am I under thinking this?
(I’ll also be changing the shocks to Rubicon shocks.)
 

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I’m a new (to me) 2019 Sahara 2.0T Auto owner. I want to add a small lift to her and level her out. (It sits 1/2 inch higher on back due to rake.) My OEM springs are as followed:

LF: 59 RF: 60
LR: 88 RR: 89

Is it as simple as adding OEM springs:

LF 62 RF 63
LR: 90 RR: 91

Am I under thinking this?
(I’ll also be changing the shocks to Rubicon shocks.)
That will work out fine, you might need longer Mopar lift LCAs to get caster in the 6 degree range though.
 
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MIke Honcho

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Good idea about LCAs! Are the longer Rubicon shocks the only OEM option? OEM Fox shocks available?
 
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