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Timbrens + Jeep Wrangler + Snoway 22

Discussion in 'Truck & Equipment Repair' started by mnormington, Dec 26, 2007.

  1. mnormington

    mnormington Senior Member
    Messages: 156

    = perfect!! I was kinda worried that I had too much plow hanging off the front of my Wrangler until I put the Timbrens on it. Now I am sold. I was considering airbags, but decided the cushy ride isn't what I'm after. Plus I don't like having another thing to worry about leaking and keeping pressure in it and adjusting it etc. I REALLY like the Timbrens on there. I was skeptical until I hooked up the plow, lifted it and the front end only dropped less than an inch. It doesn't bounce when you're driving either. Feels solid. This suspension upgrade really makes the setup behave as it should. Now the plow feels right hanging off the front.
  2. KenB

    KenB Junior Member
    Messages: 3

    I'd heard some reports of harsh ride quality with the Timbrens, but the airbag option seemed relatively complex with more to go wrong. I'm very pleased with the Timbrens I decided to put on my daily-driver 99 Wrangler with 6.5' Meyer poly. I don't plow commercially; just my steep 1/4 mi. driveway. I don't notice anything when driving without the plow and with it, the front end sag and sway are completely gone. This was a great solution for me.