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Old 02-23-2012, 02:53 AM   #1
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leveling kit or 2.5 bb teraflex

I have a 2011 2 door that's on 285/70/17 duratracs right now. I very rarely will offroad it. What would be better the 2.5 bb or just the leveling kit. I won't be going bigger then the 285/70/17.

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Either would be fine for what you want to do. That being said- I would go with a BB

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Either. Judging from the photo, if you stuff your wheels, they could munch on some fenders.

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Like the two knuckleheads above me said, either would be fine. It's not a 2 door, but here is my JKU on the spacer leveling kit with 285/75/16s, which would measure out to be the same as your 285/70/17s.

'11 JKU Sport - TF Leveling Kit - 16" Strike 5s on 33s
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Old 02-23-2012, 11:51 AM   #5
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Either. Judging from the photo, if you stuff your wheels, they could munch on some fenders.

Yea took it offroad once and it messed up the rear fender a little bit. I have to put new rivets in and resecure it to the side of jeep
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