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Actual testing showed a remarkable difference in the flexibility of the suspension. The resulting good ride and good articulation meant that the old springs rode poorly and needed to be replaced, and the actual ride height was the same in the front and half an inch higher in the rear. Now the Jeep can be loaded when a camping and 'wheeling trip is planned, and it won't sag in the back.