Hi Guys!

Thanks for the wealth of information.

I wish I could have explained the crooked logic behind prohibiting different tire sizes - but than again - I didn't set the rules <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/lol.gif" alt="" /> It basically boils down to the fact that the transportation ministry does not want to account for authorizing none original tire sizes and been exposed to insurance companies suing him for liability. Does it make sense? no, but then again, what can you do? Yes - there are people who modified their car - but they subject themselves to liability which I am not ready yet to take upon..

Why change suspension and not tires? because tire have tire sizes marked all over them while none-original springs is something that is hard to spot hence less to be an issue <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/evil.gif" alt="" />

Can someone provide me with the year make of the TJ spring I need (don't know if there where different models) - From what I have learned - I need to go with the 104 spring. Does someone have the full SKU of the item?

For front I am thinking of taking firmer lift springs from loveless which have similar length but due to firmer spring provide a 1.5-2" better ground clearance. I guess that due to the same spring length I do not have to replace the front shocks, right?