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Old 02-23-2012, 06:29 PM   #1
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Rubicon Springs vs Teraflex Performance Leveling Kit

I'm now stumped on which will be better for me. I seldom off road but do hit the beach a couple of times a month. I found a set of Rubicon Shocks,
Rubicon Springs, Rubicon track bar, Rubicon upper and lower control arms,
and Rubicon sway bar linkage for $150 with 1500 miles on them. Then again I could go with the Teraflex Perf Leveling kit.

I'm just looking to give mine a little lift and not looking to roll over cars. I would like it level too so I guess I still have to get something to level out the front with the Rubicon parts. Will the Rubicon parts lift my Sahara much? Which way would you go?

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Old 02-23-2012, 06:59 PM   #2
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Check out my "good week for mods" thread. I have the teraflex kit and am very happy with it. I got right at 2 inches from it. Ride a little better than stock.

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It all depends on what springs you currently have. There is no difference between the springs from a rubicon and any other model. You need to compare the last 2 numbers of the tag. The shocks are better, however all the other parts are worthless. They are no different than what is currently on your Jeep.
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