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Old 10-02-2012, 06:31 PM   #1
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Pics of Teraflex Leveling Kit w/ 33's

Just got the Teraflex Leveling Kit installed today. 285/70R17 last Thursday. I don't notice any difference in the ride, which I didn't expect to. The amount of lift the leveling kit provides is exactly what I wanted. ...for now anyway. The first picture is obviously stock wheels/tires and no lift. Next two are with.
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Just got the Teraflex Leveling Kit installed today. 285/70R17 last Thursday. I don't notice any difference in the ride, which I didn't expect to. The amount of lift the leveling kit provides is exactly what I wanted. ...for now anyway. The first picture is obviously stock wheels/tires and no lift. Next two are with.
Looks great! I put the leveling kit on a few weeks ago. Looks and rides awesome. 33's are on the list for me when the stock tires wear out.

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The kit is on my X-Mas wish list...
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Old 10-03-2012, 08:36 PM   #4
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Which TeraFlex leveling kit did you get?
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Old 10-03-2012, 08:44 PM   #5
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Very nice! Here's mine

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looks great! I like the wheel choice too.
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Old 10-04-2012, 11:11 AM   #7
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I'm being lazy...how does this kit perform off road? Any issues with people flexing it and breaking stuff? I'm trying to convince myself this is sufficient for me, but the bad half wants full on rock krawler.
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I have the same issue (^^this^^).... this will prob be enough for me right now however......want RK


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Are these the 1.5" spring or puck leveling kits?
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I have the TF spacer leveling kit with 285 DT's. Its been a great kit to get me on bigger tires without the expense of a full on lift. I've put 8,000 miles on since June, been off road 20 plus times and I'm very happy with how it performs both on and offroad. I knew when I bought it that it would be temporary and I hope to go to a 2.5 RK lift in the Spring. For 127 bucks it was a good choice to get bigger tires, a little more clearance after the expense of purchasing the jeep without having to invest another $1000 plus right off the bat.
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Which TeraFlex leveling kit did you get?
I'm pretty sure there's only one kit called Leveling Kit from TeraFlex.
Here's the link to Teraflex: | TeraFlex Suspensions
Quadratec price is a bit lower: Teraflex 1155200 - Teraflex Leveling Kit for 07-13 Jeep« Wrangler & Wrangler Unlimited JK - Quadratec


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I'm being lazy...how does this kit perform off road? Any issues with people flexing it and breaking stuff? I'm trying to convince myself this is sufficient for me, but the bad half wants full on rock krawler.
I haven't tested it off road yet, but I've done a lot of reading and everything I've read there have been no issues of stuff breaking. It all comes back to what you want to do and where you want to go with your rig. For me it's the deer lease where at most it's going to be mud, hills and a creek. Nothing a stock Jeep can't handle. Maybe a trip to an OHV park for some 1's and 2's, something my rig "should" have no big issues with.

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Are these the 1.5" spring or puck leveling kits?
Mine is 2" pucks in the front, new control arms, and 1" pucks in the rear. Per TeraFlex, enough to run up to 34" tires.
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I think those might be sway bar links, as opossed to control arms.

Looks very nice. Sharp wheels!
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I think those might be sway bar links, as opossed to control arms.

Looks very nice. Sharp wheels!
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here's mine with 1.5 performance leveling kit (springs) with standard OME shocks

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Leveling kit with 33s.



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Old 10-04-2012, 03:23 PM   #20
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Even with Stock tires it makes a jeep look mean. How much for it?
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Old 10-04-2012, 03:43 PM   #21
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Leveling kit with 33s.



Are those duratracs? What size?

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I'm pretty sure there's only one kit called Leveling Kit from TeraFlex.
Here's the link to Teraflex: | TeraFlex Suspensions
Quadratec price is a bit lower: Teraflex 1155200 - Teraflex Leveling Kit for 07-13 Jeep« Wrangler & Wrangler Unlimited JK - Quadratec
There are two...

Teraflex Leveling Kit
Teraflex Performance Leveling Kit

Not everyone adds the word "performance" when talking about the second one.
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Are those duratracs? What size?

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Old 10-05-2012, 05:41 AM   #24
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Nice! This is what I'm thinking of doing...
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once I get back to the states getting the performance kit and some 33's
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I'm thinking of doing this combo as well. It looks pretty good!
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From TeraFlex's website:

"You can run a 33-34" tall tire with this kit. If you prefer to run the factory wheels you may need wheel spacers for proper clearance."

Anyone have any experience if I keep my stock wheels/tires from a 2012 JKUR? Will I need wheel spacers?
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From TeraFlex's website:

"You can run a 33-34" tall tire with this kit. If you prefer to run the factory wheels you may need wheel spacers for proper clearance."

Anyone have any experience if I keep my stock wheels/tires from a 2012 JKUR? Will I need wheel spacers?
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Leveling kit with 33s.
Is that the rampage bumper? Nice set up
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just purchased my TF Leveling kit. gonna stick with the stock wheels and tires till i can afford larger tires, but i am planning on going with 33's. i'll post up some before and after pics with the stockers for reference once i install it, hopefully this weekend or next.

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