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Old 08-19-2013, 03:22 PM   #1
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13 JKU Rubicon lift questions and opinions

I have a stock JKU Rubicon Still running factory 32's. Once these wear out, I intend to replace with 33's(big enough for my needs). Mine is a daily driver with occasional off reading. This usually consists of mild to medium trails and some minor flexing. Again daily driver, so got to get it back home. I would like to add a 2.5 coil lift. I don't want to break the bank. I will eventually add a winch to front bumper so I don't want just spacers and some leveling would be nice. Most seem to think the Rubicon shocks are adequate, that is why I am considering just the coil lifts. I have looked at the RC 2.5, the teraflex 2.5 and others in the less than 500. range. Some of these include kits sway extensions and some not. I would think this to be important, since mine has electronic disconnect. It would seem like adequate alignment would be very important. Some also include brake line brackets for extending the lines. Some don't. While I may not do any major flexing intentionally, if I were to over flex and pull a brake line, that could be bad. What are your feelings on these. I would like as many opinions on these options in the less than $500. range. (Cheaper sounds great) Please as may pics as possible. Thanks in advance!!!!

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Check out our 2" SPORT system with our adjustable shocks. It is around your price point.
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Check out our 2" SPORT system with our adjustable shocks. It is around your price point.
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In looking at most other systems, a rear sway extension is included, and the OEM sways are switched to the front. Any reason for not including sway extensions with your set up?
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In looking at most other systems, a rear sway extension is included, and the OEM sways are switched to the front. Any reason for not including sway extensions with your set up?
We find at this height those items aren't needed, now if you look at our 3" and 4" systems we do include them. We are also trying to keep this system at a very aggressive price point too. If you look at the cost of our shocks and the cost of this system it is tough to beat.
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