Rock Krawler rear correction SEATS or PADS?

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going to be installing the Mopar lift on my JLUS. i already got the front correction pads. i was searching for the rear pads and saw on RKs website they have both correction pads and seats. im leaning towards pads but wanted to make sure before i order the wrong parts

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http://rockkrawler.com/jl-rear-spring-correction-seats-18-pres-wrangler/


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http://rockkrawler.com/jl-rear-spring-correction-pad-18-pres-wrangler/


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The Mopar springs are longer on passenger side, so you could get away with the seats. The correction pads come with passenger side 1/2 “ taller, because rk springs are not corner specific.
 
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The Mopar springs are longer on passenger side, so you could get away with the seats. The correction pads come with passenger side 1/2 “ taller, because rk springs are not corner specific.
so are they the same thing? the coil spring sits on it?
 

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so are they the same thing? the coil spring sits on it?
Yes... they are the bottom isolator for rear springs, the seats are used with jl springs or Mopar springs , the pads are used for rk springs. I’ve seen guys use the rk pads with Mopar springs because their Jeep still had the fuel tank lean.
 

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