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Old 07-28-2013, 03:43 PM   #1
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Lift coils JK

So I have an 08 JK. At the moment I'm just running some 2.5" coil spacers. They were in it when I bought the vehicle. The ride is terrible and the flex is probably worse than stock. Right now I'm running 33s. I wanna upgrade to some 3" lift coils and get a little better ride with a slight higher lift, trying to throw some flat fenders and 35's on. The shocks I'm running now have plenty of room for more lift, the only thing I'm wondering is if I just change the coils will I have any problems with drive shaft angles or anything? What coils do you guys reccomend? Thanks.

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Old 07-29-2013, 07:00 AM   #2
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Most coils will get you more then 2.5" with no weight on a 2 door. I would rec Teraflex if you want to stay around that 3" mark. Over is when you run into DS angle/steering issues if the kit is not complete (control arms/Track bars)

Teraflex 2.5 w/o shocks and a set of longer Rancho 7000 shocks
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