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Old 06-19-2013, 11:36 AM   #121
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Simple. A spacer is a spacer is a spacer. Regardless of who makes it, it's a chunk of plastic that sits on top of a spring. Measure and then add a spacer of the appropriate dimensions.

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Quick question for you Matador- I started out my 2012 Sport S Jeep JK with figuring to do some very light offroading. Well we went for the first time this weekend and I am hooked and now want to make it more capable. I am pretty set on the Metalcloak gold standard 3.5" lift and will be adding the OME shocks. My question and I know this is more of a preference but I'm hoping to get some others opinions on the subject...do you think 33s will look too small with this lift? Basically this stuff is brand new so I'd really hate to bail on the tires already plus I only have 3.21 gears right now. I am planning a re-gear this winter and adding an e-locker as well but that won't be for a while...thoughts? And if anyone has pics of their 2 door JK with a 3.5" lift I'd love to see.

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Old 06-26-2013, 07:31 AM   #123
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Quick question for you Matador- I started out my 2012 Sport S Jeep JK with figuring to do some very light offroading. Well we went for the first time this weekend and I am hooked and now want to make it more capable. I am pretty set on the Metalcloak gold standard 3.5" lift and will be adding the OME shocks. My question and I know this is more of a preference but I'm hoping to get some others opinions on the subject...do you think 33s will look too small with this lift? Basically this stuff is brand new so I'd really hate to bail on the tires already plus I only have 3.21 gears right now. I am planning a re-gear this winter and adding an e-locker as well but that won't be for a while...thoughts? And if anyone has pics of their 2 door JK with a 3.5" lift I'd love to see.
It is a personal opinion, I think it will look too small. You have to consider, if your running stock bumpers than a 3.5" lift will really net you close to 4-4.5" at that height, there will be quite a bit of space in your wheel well. Some guys don't mind it and others think it looks too much.

My suggestion is to run the 2.5" kit with 33's (assuming you have a 4 door). Its a good starting point and if you ever plan on moving up to 35's, just swap out to the 3.5" springs. You'll be able to sell the 2.5" springs easily to help offset the price for new springs.
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Old 06-26-2013, 08:02 AM   #124
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Thanks for the reply. I actually have a 2 door so i have to go with the 3.5" kit from MC. I was hoping they would have the 2.5" springs done by now but they are still testing them. I have steel bumpers(Paramount RockCrawler) front and rear but no rear tire carrier. I also have SmittyBilt rock rails/steps. So i do have some added weight but not a ton. Right now i have a Daystar 1.75" budget boost and Rubicon takeoff shocks and springs(18/59 from 14/55). Those two changes netted me 3" of total lift so I am hoping to gain at most an 1" from current. I think I can live with that for a while if my calcs are correct. Does that sound right?
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Yeah, it sounds like you would be closer the the 3.5" mark then, maybe creep into 3.75". Since you have a 2-door another very important thing to keep an eye on is your front drive shaft. I would probably run a set of exhaust spacers (if you have a 2012+) to help with clearance. Then just keep an eye on it while your on the trail. Try to really flex it out after the install to make sure that everything clears.

In terms of the 2.5" springs, from my conversation with Matson, they are leaning towards more of end of the year release, so you would be several months away if your looking to do this now. Good luck and let us now how it all worked out.
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Old 06-26-2013, 11:29 AM   #126
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Thanks and will do on the update. I have been talking to Will at MC and asking a lot of questions as well and he told me its best to just put the spacer in right away to avoid any issues. I think I am going to order in the next day or so.
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Old 06-26-2013, 11:43 AM   #127
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I would agree when it comes to a 2-door. On a 4-door I would probably hold off and see if its needed.
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Old 06-28-2013, 06:43 AM   #128
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Just ordered the Duroflex 3.5" from MC yesterday. Talked to Matson for a while and he was really nice. They are even going to ship to me on a specific day so my lift doesn't arrive when i am on vacation! Ordering the OME long travel shocks today as well! Can't wait to get this on the Jeep in a few weeks and get it flexed out!!
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Just ordered the Duroflex 3.5" from MC yesterday. Talked to Matson for a while and he was really nice. They are even going to ship to me on a specific day so my lift doesn't arrive when i am on vacation! Ordering the OME long travel shocks today as well! Can't wait to get this on the Jeep in a few weeks and get it flexed out!!
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Love this thread. Haven't read it in a while. I ended up ordering the 2" Sport lift with 9000 shocks. Not that I needed it, but decided to order the 7000 series SS that bolts to OE mounts.

I will probably be upgrading trackbar just because I want to and I like having my alignments 100%. I'm only going to be running Duratrac 33's, but after watching the TF video on how much flex the OE TB has with 35's, I figured why not.

Just to confirm my understanding, since I will probably never go any higher than this kit, I can buy the rear links and put them up front if I wanted. No need to buy aftermarket ones if I can find used rears. Correct??

Last question, I didn't order exhaust pipe, but should I just to be safe?

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EDIT: I have no intentions of buying bumpers at this point. I will probably just buy TF HD Hinge if I need something for the bigger wheels/tires.
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Old 07-17-2013, 09:12 PM   #131
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Has anybody put in the Stock JKUR suspension coils and shocks in a 2dr JK. Im thinking about After I put the new coils in what else I will need because I think there would be about a 2 inch lift. Would I need shock extensions. New swaybar links etc. Anythoughts?
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Old 07-24-2013, 09:19 AM   #132
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Has anybody put in the Stock JKUR suspension coils and shocks in a 2dr JK. Im thinking about After I put the new coils in what else I will need because I think there would be about a 2 inch lift. Would I need shock extensions. New swaybar links etc. Anythoughts?
I installed Rubicon shocks and springs on my Sport as well as added a 1.75" budget boost. You won't need shock extensions or sway bar links just changing out to the JKUR. I don't think you will get 2" of lift by just changing that out though. More like an 1". What are the current spring rates you have now and what are the rates of the JKUR springs you will be installing?
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Let us know what you think.
MC lift being installed tomorrow Lou...i was going to do it myself but just got a little too busy to get it done...i will be picking it up tomorrow and have a 45 min ride home on a good mix of country roads and highway then take her wheeling Saturday...I will give a full report once finished!
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MC lift being installed tomorrow Lou...i was going to do it myself but just got a little too busy to get it done...i will be picking it up tomorrow and have a 45 min ride home on a good mix of country roads and highway then take her wheeling Saturday...I will give a full report once finished!
Very cool brother, I'm jealous. Enjoy
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I am a Jeep newbie. Have a '13 JKU that is my DD. Looking to install a 2-2.5 lift, but for a while keep my stock 32's. Any suggestions? Also, I was recently at a Jeep show and looked at the 2" Basic Kit RK-200B-JK from Rustys Off-Road. Anyone had any experience with Rustys?

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What's your budget and what are you looking to do with the Jeep?
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I am planning to do some off-roading, but nothing extreme. Some trails, but more beach/sand. I need to be budget conscious which is why I will stick with my stock 32s for a while. I am not sure I trust myself to do the install myself so will be paying someone to install. Not sure how much that will run me. I could probably spend up to about $1,000 including installation, maybe a few hundred more if it would be worth it down the road. Eventually want bigger tires, new bumpers, etc.
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Teraflex 2.5 spring kit without shocks but with shock spacers and a set of wheel spacers. Should be able to get all for 7-800. Leaves you 2-300 for install.
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Was wondering about Rancho 2” RS66109BR9?
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Was wondering about Rancho 2” RS66109BR9?
That's what I have on order. Sucks you just missed the promotion Rancho had running. $100 visa gift card with this kit. $350 after rebate and install would be cheap.
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What's your budget and what are you looking to do with the Jeep?
Lou...any input for me?

I am planning to do some off-roading, but nothing extreme. Some trails, but more beach/sand. I need to be budget conscious which is why I will stick with my stock 32s for a while. I am not sure I trust myself to do the install myself so will be paying someone to install. Not sure how much that will run me. I could probably spend up to about $1,000 including installation, maybe a few hundred more if it would be worth it down the road. Eventually want bigger tires, new bumpers, etc.
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That's what I have on order. Sucks you just missed the promotion Rancho had running. $100 visa gift card with this kit. $350 after rebate and install would be cheap.
Thanks BacaraJKU...if you don't mind, let me know how the Rachos turn out for you.
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Thanks BacaraJKU...if you don't mind, let me know how the Rachos turn out for you.
Will do, 4 Wheel Parts is back ordered right now. However, I think everyone would agree the 9000 series shocks are pretty incredible. I shall find out soon.
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Will do, 4 Wheel Parts is back ordered right now. However, I think everyone would agree the 9000 series shocks are pretty incredible. I shall find out soon.
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I am planning to do some off-roading, but nothing extreme. Some trails, but more beach/sand. I need to be budget conscious which is why I will stick with my stock 32s for a while. I am not sure I trust myself to do the install myself so will be paying someone to install. Not sure how much that will run me. I could probably spend up to about $1,000 including installation, maybe a few hundred more if it would be worth it down the road. Eventually want bigger tires, new bumpers, etc.
If your going to stick with the stock tires for now and just looking to do some moderate trails and more beach stuff I would probably just throw on a teraflex leveling kit. Its a great simple little kit that will get you started and is really versatile and easy to upgrade from. Its what I'm running currently with my 35's. I had to cut the stock fenders to get the clearance for the 35's but it all works great. I recently upgraded the shocks to Fox reservoir and they are awesome. I need to do the bump stops ASAP because these have a much longer travel than the stock Rubicon shocks.

But to answer your question, teraflex leveling kit. Also, try to install it yourself if you can, its really easy to do and it gets you familiar with your Jeep.
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If your going to stick with the stock tires for now and just looking to do some moderate trails and more beach stuff I would probably just throw on a teraflex leveling kit. Its a great simple little kit that will get you started and is really versatile and easy to upgrade from. Its what I'm running currently with my 35's. I had to cut the stock fenders to get the clearance for the 35's but it all works great. I recently upgraded the shocks to Fox reservoir and they are awesome. I need to do the bump stops ASAP because these have a much longer travel than the stock Rubicon shocks.

But to answer your question, teraflex leveling kit. Also, try to install it yourself if you can, its really easy to do and it gets you familiar with your Jeep.
Thanks Lou! If I install it myself, I think I have all the necessary hand tools...I suppose I would need some jack stands?
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Thanks Lou! If I install it myself, I think I have all the necessary hand tools...I suppose I would need some jack stands?
yeah. I bought these 6-ton stands. good price and they have been great
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So I got the MetalCloak lift I stalled and all I can say is wow! First the shop that installed it posts on their Facebook page a pic of my rig with a quote that this is the first MC lift lift they have installed and in the past they would only ever recommend one lift manufacturer but after the install of the MC lift they said it was the best riding lift they have ever installed and one of the best installs they have done. This was totally unsolicited so I was really excited to get my rig back. I went over and loved the look right off the bat. The ride home was a mix of back roads and highways. The ride was amazing, body roll very negligible, and the way it dampened the bumps was amazing to me..happy customer. Next day we go wheeling to a new place in northern Virginia which consisted of hills, trails, and wooded areas plus a couple of creek runs. Nothing extreme but some areas where you could get flexed out nice and I never got a wheel off the ground in some pretty tweaked out areas...so another success. I want to get it in the rocks soon and will report that as well but this is an amazing lift kit that performs on the road incredibl and performed offroad amazingly well!! Hope this helps and if anyone has any questions I'm happy to help if I can.
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