While test driving our Jeep, we noticed a slight difference in the ride on road. When the springs compressed, it felt more fluid ? smoother if you will. On the trail, there was a noticeable difference. When the springs compressed, they were much quieter and felt smoother and softer than before. The springs are designed to compress vertically, not curved like in their previous configuration.
Using the spring relocators will give the rear of your Jeep additional lift. Nth Degree claims a gain of approximately 1.5", but we only gained 1" total after the installation. As per the instructions, you will have to use a spacer on the front springs to level your Jeep. We already had 0.75" spacers both front are rear. Discarding the rear spacers and keeping the front ones put the Jeep slightly high in the rear. We did this on purpose, though, so that when it?s fully loaded it sits perfectly level.