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With a 61-inch WMS-WMS measurement on the rear axle and 3.5-inch backspacing on the wheels, Miller reports no tire interference on the coilovers. With the relatively steep 34-degree mounting angle, Miller upped the spring rate and added a couple clicks on the rear shocks' compression adjustment knob and went a bit heavier on the coil rate, at 225lb over 400lb springs. Remember, you'll need to weigh your Jeep and take your shock angle into consideration when choosing your spring rates for optimal performance.

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