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Old May 8th, 2012, 10:52 AM
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755 pair, new, $140

777 and 781, pair of each, <50 miles, good customer's wife didn't care for the new height, so we fit a set of standard springs. $240 for the set or $135 / matched pair.

I'm near Hershey, PA 17022 and can ship FedEx or UPS.

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Trevor,

I would like to give my 88 RRC a 2" lift. It has an ARB winchless bumper out front. Will this do it? I have tried looking at all the specifications but do not have enough experience to be sure.
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I think the 781's will do what you want for the rear; the 777 originally spec'd for a D2 with a winch/bumper and no lift, like a TReK. Fitted to a RRC without a winch would likely give some lift, but not sure it will be level with the 777's in the rear.
Any body have any other advice?
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Old May 8th, 2012, 06:29 PM
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I have a set of the N45/46 springs laying around that I was contemplating installing on my 90. Will these springs work well with those shocks?
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ARB says the 46's will work with the 755's on a 110; doesn't show the 755's as an option on the 90
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They look like D2 springs primarily. Thanks.
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They look like D2 springs primarily. Thanks.

I checked the numbers with RN and they do seem to be D2 springs.
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