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Do you think I need timbrens on my Jeep?

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by penberth, Oct 15, 2003.

  1. penberth

    penberth Member
    Messages: 72

    Just installed my plow this summer. It doesn't look to sag that much. The truck has a mild lift, about 2.5", and the front coils were replaced with heavier duty coils which came with the lift kit. Here are some pictures:

    Blade up:
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    Blade down:
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    What do you guys think? I can get other pictures if you want.
     
  2. ChevyHD4X4

    ChevyHD4X4 Senior Member
    Messages: 108

    Do the tires rub turning with the plow up ? If so, then yes I would get them.
     
    Last edited: Oct 16, 2003
  3. micah79

    micah79 Senior Member
    Messages: 303

    Have you driven with the plow yet? I think it would be a good idea to install them. They help on 3/4 ton trucks, so I think they would help the jeep a lot.
     
  4. Adams plowing

    Adams plowing Senior Member
    Messages: 195

    Although you may be able to run without them it couldnt hurt to add them.

    Seth
     
  5. wyldman

    wyldman Member
    Messages: 3,265

    Even if it doesn't sag much,you should still install the Timbrens.Better handling,less bottoming,etc are a few of the benefits.

    Timbrens also help dramatically when stacking and piling snow,as your putting a huge strain on the front end.

    If you have a lift,you will need to fab spacers to drop the Timbrens down the same distance as the amount of lift you added.You may be able to use extended bump stops to make them