Q: Is this a direct replacement for the stock perch on the stock axle for a 1998 Jeep Wrangler?
A: Yes, this is a Heavy Duty replacement for a worn or broken factory mount.
Q: What is the mounting method onto the axle? Welded, U-bolted,......?
A: These need to be welded onto the axle
Q: Hello, I was wondering which version, the 3.0 inch axle tube, or the 3.5 inch axle tube would fit on a 98 Jeep TJ with a Dana 35 rear axle?
A: The 3.0" option would be best for a stock axle. The larger size would be best for a Dana 60 or larger axles.
Q: the tubing supplied is smaller than stock diameter. wont the coil move around on the plate since the coil doesn't touch the tubing? also is the retainer supposed to clamp the coil or have a gap between coil and retainer plate?
A: Yes, but the retainer keeps the coil from unseating from the mount. The small shift will not be an issue and during most driving there will be pressure on the coil to keep it in place.
Q: Will these perches work for TJ front axle?
A: No, these are only for the rear coils.
I think you have already answered that this product can be a replacement for the rotten stock rear spring lower seats in a 98 TJ and it can be used with the stock springs.
Can it be combined with BR1041 in order for coil to seat flat?
In addition, I suppose that Part Number:BR1110 can be suitable just for front springs?
And finally, do you ship to United Kingdom?
A: Br1041 is designed for use with front springs , you can use Bt1110 on the rear axle part# tj2015 is designed to correct the rear coil angle . We do also ship internationally
Q: Could these be used on a Ford 9 inch axle? Axle tube dia. is 3".
For swapping a 9 inch into a TJ.
A: Yes the Br1033 will work for putting a 9" into a TJ