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Old 08-08-2014, 06:39 PM   #1
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Teraflex 2.5 liftkit with spacers picture....

Installed a teraflex 2.5 liftkit on my JKU last year and I am about to purchase some 1" spacers or maybe even 1 1/2 " if I can find them was wondering if anyone had pictures with this set up with either 33's or 35's

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Old 08-08-2014, 06:44 PM   #2
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Does this work? I have 2.5 ProComp lift.

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Old 08-08-2014, 07:14 PM   #3
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If you have the full 3"+ of lift up front that lift kit provides and you make it 4.5" get ready for driveline and joint wear.
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Well I'll have some pictures for you sometime this weekend I am installing a two and a half inch terraflex spring lift and adding 1 inch spacers in the front and half inch spacer in the rear to make up for the bumpers and winch that I've already installed .
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Old 08-08-2014, 08:04 PM   #5
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Thanks for the replies...

My front is higher than the rear but last weekend I put a stinger bar and a winch and it brought it down.....how do I know if it's at 2.5 or 3" right now I did not measure the distance of the coil springs before lift does anyone have the length of the coil springs of a stock 2014 JKU? Or is there another method I can use to figure out lift height?
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Just posted this on another thread.

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thanks pressurized just commented over there perfect
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Teraflex 2.5" coil with 1" spacers in rear if this helps at all. 35s
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My initial thought for using the spacers....btw thanks for the pictures that is exactly what I want....

so my thought was when I outfit all the front of the jeep with the bar and winch it will level out the jeep as it is high up at the front and when I install the rear bumper with tire carrier it will probably go down so I was thinking of a 1" spacer in the rear and a 1/2 spacer in the front
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My initial thought for using the spacers....btw thanks for the pictures that is exactly what I want....

so my thought was when I outfit all the front of the jeep with the bar and winch it will level out the jeep as it is high up at the front and when I install the rear bumper with tire carrier it will probably go down so I was thinking of a 1" spacer in the rear and a 1/2 spacer in the front
I was a nose high when I installed my lift. That was with a front bumper and winch (plus hardtop). Personally I like a little bit if rake it serves a purpose and call me crazy but I think a little bit of rake looks better. So I called tflex and they were happy to send me the rear spacers to correct the issue. (Awesome company)

My suggestion would be install your bumpers then see where your at. It might not drop down as low as you think. Heck I hook a pop-up to mine and the rear barely drops. Depending on your bumper combo u might be able to run a half inch spacer in the back and just leave the front as is. The springs are designed to handle additional weight.

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