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Old 08-07-2012, 07:02 AM   #1
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Front and rear 2.5 Teraflex coils

Front 3.1" and rear 2.1" Teraflex lift springs . I am also including the 1" rear guide spares for a total of 3-3.5" lift on a 2 door.

$200


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Old 08-07-2012, 10:01 AM   #2
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How much to ship to 01581? How many miles on them? Thanks

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Old 08-07-2012, 10:23 AM   #3
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How much to ship to 01581? How many miles on them? Thanks

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You are close, won't be much to ship. I'm guessing $15-$20 maybe less.

around 5-6 K miles.

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Are you selling the rears too? Or do you know where to find the rears?
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Are you selling the rears too? Or do you know where to find the rears?
I might who knows ?

What are you running now? I've seen people run longer coils for front articulation and spacers in the rear with upgraded 59's-60 springs.

I am actually running a 1" spacer along with the TF rear coil because I was 2" higher in the front. I now sit almost 3.5" total.

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Shipped to 92115?
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Shipped to 92115?
I don't think shipping would be more than $20 at the most.
I can get better estimates later.

I shipped 4 Tj springs. Forget where but it cost $15

4 shocks (twice) around $20

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ADDED THE REARS AS WELL !!

Front 3.1" and rear 2.1" Teraflex lift springs . I am also including the 1" rear guide spares for a total of 3-3.5" lift on a 2 door.

$200

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How much do you think this would add to an JKU?
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Well... From what I read. 4 door coils will
Add a 1" on a 2 door.

Assuming you will get the reverse, 2-2.5 on a 4 door.
This is good because you would not have to worry about pinion/DS angles. At least with the front. The rear is ok on the JKU.

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What else is needed with these? Just shocks?
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What else is needed with these? Just shocks?
The kit itself comes with Bumpstops, rear swaybar links, rear brake line extensions and either shock extensions or 9550 TF shocks.

Bump stops are cheap (can DIY)
Rear brake line ext. DIY)
Rear links, around $60 less
Your factory rears will go on the front.
And originally came with a frame bracket for the rear track bar. They now offer a axle bracket.

As for shocks , You can look for extensions but i would recommend a good shock with any lift.
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awesome deal! i think i sold my ome coils for 250 for both.
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I'm interested but feeling like buying peices of a kit at a time is going to bite me in the a$$ at some point since I'm relatively new to this. If I buy this then I didnt know I needed this etc until I'm into it for a grand and should've just bought a whole damn new kit.
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I'm interested but feeling like buying peices of a kit at a time is going to bite me in the a$$ at some point since I'm relatively new to this. If I buy this then I didnt know I needed this etc until I'm into it for a grand and should've just bought a whole damn new kit.
Compared to like the RK stock mod, you are only out rear track bar bracket and front track bar. Some kits have one/both or none. The sway bar links are cheap. The coils are the main component. Once installed, you can now setup to your needs and not be stuck with whatever the kit comes with. whether needed or not.
Remember, every jeep is different

$200 is a steal, thanks Pluke
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If you bought these, I would recommend at the minimum

#1 Bumpstops/extensions
#2 rear (adj) sway bar links
#3 rear track bar axle bracket.
#4 brake line extensions

That's it, unless I forgot something.

Going to need longer shocks or extensions. Most kits give you the option to add their shocks or choose your own
Anyways.

There is no way you or anybody would lose out spending $200 on coils
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You must be in sales.....
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awesome deal! i think i sold my ome coils for 250 for both.
coils and 1" rear spacers.
Oh... And I throw in a Teraflex sticker
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I'm interested, where in CT are you? I'm in Boston.
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I'm interested, where in CT are you? I'm in Boston.
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I'm in Vernon. I have a maybe and now a local jeeper that may want em.

I will def keep you in mind.
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OK, keep me posted
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