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    Need some help want to keep scout stock or no more than 2" lift, where is best place to get springs or should I try some one local to rebuild old ones.

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    Try some of the vendors who support this site, found on the "Links" page off the main page....

    Try using the "Search" button.....

    Why not a 2.5" lift spring? Readily available and shouldn't require any modifications....

    G'luck...Ronnie:)
    Lil Red Bus
    1967 800

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    • #3
      When I looked into re arching springs around here I could just about buy a new set.

      If you decide to go 2 inch over Skyjacker they ride nice and you don't cause a lot of problems installing them. They look like this with 33X10.50-15 tires and still rub a little off road. That could have been fixed with a body lift or increasing bump stops.



      And if that is to high this picture is the same Scout with the same wheels, stock springs with add a leaf and P235X75-15 tires.



      Hope that helps.
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