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Old 09-28-2013, 09:48 PM   #61
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Use a Sawsall. We didn't have one and used a hand saw. I was unable to pry it. 2 people it took longer. The other person sometimes can Just get in the way. Me personally, I am more focused by myself.

switching over to the Rancho brackets took me less then a hour to install.
I couldn't pry my exhaust over or move it enough with a ratchet strap either and the O2 sensor was in the way as well But I did find that if I disconnected the Upper Control arm from the differential bracket and pull it out of the bracket I could move it sideways enough to get the bolt out..

The Geo brackets really make a difference in the ride.. Adding Rancho RS9000XL shocks added to the comfort.

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Tried finding the length but don't see it. You want something around 10" from eye to eye.

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I couldn't pry my exhaust over or move it enough with a ratchet strap either and the O2 sensor was in the way as well But I did find that if I disconnected the Upper Control arm from the differential bracket and pull it out of the bracket I could move it sideways enough to get the bolt out.. The Geo brackets really make a difference in the ride.. Adding Rancho RS9000XL shocks added to the comfort.
Interesting ... Glad it worked.
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I'm about to order my first Jeep and have a few questions that maybe Kjeeper10 can answer for me since we both live in CT so he knows what the area is like.

I'm ordering a base JK, 6 speed, 3.73's and plan on putting a 2.5 lift and 315/70/17 Duratrac's on it. I'm having a hard time deciding on what lift to go with. I originaly wanted to go with AEV with Geo brackets, cost more but hear great things about it. I've also been looking at TF and RK kits. It will be my DD and see occasional weekend trail use. I plan on upgrading F/R bumpers to Posion Spider and a winch so spring sag is a concern to me. I will be doing all the work myself since I am a mechanic by trade. Any input on what kit and/or additional parts would be best suited to my needs and the New England terrain would be greatly appreciated since I want to do this right the first time and not waste a ton of money.
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I'm about to order my first Jeep and have a few questions that maybe Kjeeper10 can answer for me since we both live in CT so he knows what the area is like. I'm ordering a base JK, 6 speed, 3.73's and plan on putting a 2.5 lift and 315/70/17 Duratrac's on it. I'm having a hard time deciding on what lift to go with. I originaly wanted to go with AEV with Geo brackets, cost more but hear great things about it. I've also been looking at TF and RK kits. It will be my DD and see occasional weekend trail use. I plan on upgrading F/R bumpers to Posion Spider and a winch so spring sag is a concern to me. I will be doing all the work myself since I am a mechanic by trade. Any input on what kit and/or additional parts would be best suited to my needs and the New England terrain would be greatly appreciated since I want to do this right the first time and not waste a ton of money.
Hello,
Can I ask what your budget for the lift is only ?
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Can I ask what your budget for the lift is only ?
$1200 on the high side.
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I can vouch for the drop brackets. They work very well. For DD the AEV kit "with" the brackets rides very well. Not sure what pricing is all together.

The TF 2.5 w/ shock adapters is around $500 iirc
Paired with Rancho 9000's (great combo) $800
W/ Drop brackets and front adjustable track bar, around a $1000
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I can vouch for the drop brackets. They work very well. For DD the AEV kit "with" the brackets rides very well. Not sure what pricing is all together.

The TF 2.5 w/ shock adapters is around $500 iirc
Paired with Rancho 9000's (great combo) $800
W/ Drop brackets and front adjustable track bar, around a $1000
AEV 2.5 Dualsport kit and drop brackets comes in at $1050 with 5100 shocks and witout an adjustable front track bar.

The TF setup you listed sounds like it may be more bang for the buck. Hows the ride quality in your opinion?
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The TF 2.5 w/ shock adapters is around $500 iirc
Paired with Rancho 9000's (great combo) $800
W/ Drop brackets and front adjustable track bar, around a $1000
Would probably go with longer shock to eliminate the adapters since the shocks are being changed anyways.
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Would probably go with longer shock to eliminate the adapters since the shocks are being changed anyways.


Yes ... You will want longer shocks.

Drop brackets make all the difference in the world for street ride. They can hang up on larger
obstacles off road. W/ 35's becomes less of a problem.
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Yes ... You will want longer shocks.

Drop brackets make all the difference in the world for street ride. They can hang up on larger
obstacles off road. W/ 35's becomes less of a problem.
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Thanks for the help!!!
Anytime Tazz.
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Great information. Really helps.
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Lift tire Combo

?I just bought a new JKUS I think means Wrangler Unlimited Sport. I want to beef it up. Do not plan on any real serious off roading, just want the look. Do you have a recomendation of lift brand and tires. And do you know if putting on a lift will make the factory warrently no good. Thank you.
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?I just bought a new JKUS I think means Wrangler Unlimited Sport. I want to beef it up. Do not plan on any real serious off roading, just want the look. Do you have a recomendation of lift brand and tires. And do you know if putting on a lift will make the factory warrently no good. Thank you.
Depends on the dealer if they're mod friendly, but generally no unless the lift or part caused the problem. Ex... 4" lift and the driveshaft CV splits.
The dealership probably won't fix this.

"Just want the look" This being said. IMO, a small leveling kit or budget boost w/ 33" tires is a good look. Without affecting angles/geometry a taller lift will give.
Check out Teraflex's spacer leveling kit or budget boost.

Tires "the combo" there's a thread. 33" duratracs and 15" wheels (mb72) I believe.
This is a very popular combo. Great tire and cheaper with 15's.

Looking at under $2k for everything
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I just purchased a 2014 Wrangler Unlimited. Want to lift it a couple of inches just for looks. I have no intention of going off road. Who should i buy from and what all do i need? Can I stick with the stock tires and wheels?
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I just purchased a 2014 Wrangler Unlimited. Want to lift it a couple of inches just for looks. I have no intention of going off road. Who should i buy from and what all do i need? Can I stick with the stock tires and wheels?
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A 33" tire will fit but if you want a small lift. Either a leveling kit or something like this
http://m.quadratec.com/products/prod...=16031+4300+07
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Here is how dumb I am. What size tires come stock?
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Here is how dumb I am. What size tires come stock?
32'

The rubicon BF's don't look too bad with a small lift. Sport or Sahara street looks a bit odd IMO.
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Hey, kjeeper10, thanks for all the good info. I'm a newbie and still have a question. I have a 2013 JKU Sport S and am putting BFG M/T KM2 285/70R17's (33") on it to replace the OEM 255/75R17's on MB Razor 8.5/17 wheels (for the offset). I tow it behind our m/h and will be doing mid-level offroading (say Moab 4 to 5 ratings.) I thinkI would still need a lift. My question is: would a BB 2.5 really get any more clearance as opposed to a full suspension 2.5 (I really don't want to get into a lot of other suspension/running gear mods.) Any recommendations? Thx.
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Hey, kjeeper10, thanks for all the good info. I'm a newbie and still have a question. I have a 2013 JKU Sport S and am putting BFG M/T KM2 285/70R17's (33") on it to replace the OEM 255/75R17's on MB Razor 8.5/17 wheels (for the offset). I tow it behind our m/h and will be doing mid-level offroading (say Moab 4 to 5 ratings.) I thinkI would still need a lift. My question is: would a BB 2.5 really get any more clearance as opposed to a full suspension 2.5 (I really don't want to get into a lot of other suspension/running gear mods.) Any recommendations? Thx.
You would def benefit with a small lift to increase breakover angle with a little more belly clearance with the 4 door-Especially running a 33" opposed to a 35 or 37.
Spring or spacers (BB) If you plan on bumpers/winch coils would better handle the weight.
If not, the true benefit to a BB is you won't exceed the listed height of 2.5" creating the need for more expensive modifications.

Plus .... You can always swap in coils later if you choose.
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Sounds like a plan. Thanks much. I think that's about what some of the guys in our "offroad bunch" have said. Appreciate your sound advice.
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Where in VA or MD can I get the lift kit installed
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I'm new. Where do i find the VA section?
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does anybody know if the OME 2" heavy load lift is an actual 2" lift and not more? and what about the light load version of the lift (which i assume has softer coils)

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