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Old 05-29-2013, 10:40 PM   #1
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Lift choices and decisions...part 2

so im back to this whole thing again and now that my JKU isnt as stock this is what im down to now. She sits stock with 18" MHT Revolvers and 33" Mickey T ATZs with MetalCloak overland fender flares right now. what im torn between doing is either a 2-3" leveling kit(springs) or a 4" long arm kit. i do like to go play in the mountains and mud but it is on the street a good bit so id like to have decent ride quality as well.future mods consist of poison spyder bumpers and side armor thats about it really.

as usual, thoughts recommendations, and opinions are always well and so are pictures.

this is what im down to for the spring kits.

BDS 2" spring kit

Teraflex 2.5" spring kit

BDS 3" spring kit


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What size tire are you looking to run? a 33" might look a little small on the 4" lift with the flat fenders. You'll be able to fit probably a 37" if not bigger. To runt hat size tire, you'll need to strengthen your front axle with gussets and sleeves. Also, you'll probably want to look into gearing the axle to get the performance back on the street.

I would recommend a smaller 2.5"-3" lift kit for your Jeep. When you lift a JK above 4" you need to get drive shafts and possibly do some exhaust work because of the 3.6L motor's exhaust configuration. Also, considering you can fit a 37" on a 3" lift with the flat fenders, there's no need to go any higher.

If it were me, the Teraflex 2.5" Kit would be my choice. It's a complete kit and comes with everything needed to install it. The install is pretty simple, just swap out the shocks and springs. It'll give you a great ride on and off road.

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As Zach said I think the 33's under a 4 inch lift would look very small. Also since your jeep is basically a DD, I would stick with a 2.5-3 inch lift. I was in the same situation and went with the TF one you listed above. I have 35's and flat fenders and I got the look and ride I wanted.
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thanks for the imput guys. there was a local guy stop by the shop that had 35s on a 3" lift but i dont know which lift it was exactly.
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ive been lookin at this lift for a bit. if their a reason to upgrade the control arms? any benefits? downfalls?
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would a 3" long arm kit be unnecessary?
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anybody have any views or thoughts on this?
Full Traction kit?
Full Traction JK 2-Door/4-Door, 3 inch Long Arm (FTS7330)
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What's your reasons for a long arm ?
im used to larger trucks, cummins, powerstrokes, and duramaxs. every long arm kit that ive done on a cummins or powerstroke has rode a whole lot better than the traditional lifts that go on them. i guess the ride quality is what im lookin for more so.
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im used to larger trucks, cummins, powerstrokes, and duramaxs. every long arm kit that ive done on a cummins or powerstroke has rode a whole lot better than the traditional lifts that go on them. i guess the ride quality is what im lookin for more so.
The JK has longer arms then previous models. A complete mid arm set up right with shocks will drive nice. The MC lifts are known to drive really well because of their soft busing material. Something to consider.
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I'm torn between the MC lift and the expressed lifts. Any first hand opinions?
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I'm torn between the MC lift and the expressed lifts. Any first hand opinions?
Rubicon express?

I wouldn't even put these two in the same sentence.
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Yeah the rubicon express kit. Metal cloak way better ?
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Yea, you can't go wrong with MC. Awesome stuff and their CS is top notch.
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Yea, you can't go wrong with MC. Awesome stuff and their CS is top notch.
i agree with that statement 300% percent. ill have to look more into their lifts and shoot Will over there a email and ask him some questions.
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Give them a call in the afternoon and you might get lucky and talk to Matson. The guy is great and loves talking about suspensions, you can easily spend over an hour on the phone with him and walk away with a ton of knowledge.
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Thanks for the help guys! The MC Dual-Rate kit seems pretty legit. Up-gradable as i see the need. What do you guys think about that kit with Fox Shocks. My local dealer suggested them with any kit i put in. Good/Bad?
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Thanks for the help guys! The MC Dual-Rate kit seems pretty legit. Up-gradable as i see the need. What do you guys think about that kit with Fox Shocks. My local dealer suggested them with any kit i put in. Good/Bad?
I would make sure the Fox shock is tuned for the JK.
I know Teraflex and BDS have specially valved shocks for our jk.
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TeraFlex has 2.5"/3"/4" short arm and long kit versions available also. You can always start off with the basic kits and upgrade later on with a LA upgrade kit. If your planning on running 35's, you will only need a TeraFlex 2.5"-3" kit.
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TeraFlex has 2.5"/3"/4" short arm and long kit versions available also. You can always start off with the basic kits and upgrade later on with a LA upgrade kit. If your planning on running 35's, you will only need a TeraFlex 2.5"-3" kit.
im really leaning hard towards your 3" with 8 full flex arms.
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im really leaning hard towards your 3" with 8 full flex arms.
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I'm leaning towards you should
im leaning towards your agreement.lol
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I'm leaning towards begging you to get rid of that horrible minivan photo in your profile.
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im really leaning hard towards your 3" with 8 full flex arms.
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That kit doesn't come with a track bar. For $400 more you can pick up a top of the line Game Changer lift from Metal Cloak. It will have all the control arms and more important a FRONT and REAR track bar. Two very important pieces. Teraflex just sells the front track bar for an additional $255. You get a bracket to reuse the factory one in the rear but for a little bit more you get a more complete kit from MC and IMO better shocks with the OME Nitro.
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The front is important I agree. The bracket TF with that kit is enough to position the axle and raise roll center. He would be looking at a front TB and I bet TF or a vender could work something out.

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That kit doesn't come with a track bar. For $400 more you can pick up a top of the line Game Changer lift from Metal Cloak. It will have all the control arms and more important a FRONT and REAR track bar. Two very important pieces. Teraflex just sells the front track bar for an additional $255. You get a bracket to reuse the factory one in the rear but for a little bit more you get a more complete kit from MC and IMO better shocks with the OME Nitro.
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