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Old 06-03-2014, 06:38 AM   #1
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Synergy 1.75 spacers front and rear?

Hi everyone, I recently picked up a set of these for my 14 2 dr jk. The people at synergy and the place i ordered them from say that this is a small enough lift that I will not need to address any other issues besides getting a alignment. Would you guys agree with this? I am proceeding with extra caution this time due to the experience I had with my last jeep being lifted to high, which caused me a lot of problems. The reason I'm not getting a leveling kit is because I'm towing a pop up camper and don't want the front end to sit higher than the rear when I'm towing. Thanks.

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No you should be ok. Maybe swaybar links but will get to that when it comes.

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Old 06-03-2014, 09:41 AM   #3
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Awesome, I figured I can trust synergy. It's just nice to here some other opinions.
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synergy makes great parts.
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Old 06-03-2014, 06:47 PM   #5
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Not sure if I would go with the same size spacers front and rear though. Rough country kit comes with 1.75 front and 1 in the rear. I got .75" front only just to level out ride first now going up.
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Not sure if I would go with the same size spacers front and rear though. Rough country kit comes with 1.75 front and 1 in the rear. I got .75" front only just to level out ride first now going up.
Northridge also suggested getting a leveling kit. My thoughts on that is right now when I tow my camper, my jeep sits level so if I were to do that my jeep would be towing with the front end higher than the rear.
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i run poison spyder 1.5s and they do just fine. i only purchased them because the synergy were on a few months back order. so far, no complaints what so ever

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