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Old 06-28-2009, 11:14 AM   #1
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Teraflex leveling kit

Here is a pic of my Sahara with the Teraflex leveling kit that I just installed.
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Old 06-28-2009, 12:22 PM   #2
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What is a leveling kit and what does it do for you?

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How long did the install take? Wanting to do it with mine
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Here is a pic of my Sahara with the Teraflex leveling kit that I just installed.
how much lift to level the front.neo
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What is a leveling kit and what does it do for you?
It raises the front level with the rear while lifting the jeep 2"
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How long did the install take? Wanting to do it with mine
It took me about 5 hours by myself and taking frequent breaks. I went to autozone and got a coil spring compressor..............made the job much easier.
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how much lift to level the front.neo
The lift is 2" for on the front and 1" for the rear.
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Old 06-28-2009, 01:16 PM   #8
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This is the kit I used.
1155200 | TeraFlex Suspensions


I also got their steering stabilizer.
http://www.teraflex.biz/products/ste...tabilizer.html
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Looks great. Love that color.
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installed just the front so far. I'll install the back tomorrow. Only using half my front spacers, so I'll prob sell the other new set for a tiny discount or something..

front wasnt too bad, maybe 1.2 hours at most. Tires came off, drivers side was a tad easier to get the spring back in, passenger side took some muscle and I probably will have pulled something by tomorrow with those awkward angles lying on the floor. Did NOT need to undo any brake lines or anything for this tiny lift.

btw, fitment was flawless. the spacers are a lot heavier than they look. Perfect fit, jiggle it a bit to make sure its all centered up. didnt remember the torques for the lower shock mount and sway bar end links so i just did my best guesses.. 80 ft lb on shock bolt, 70 ft lb on end links.. probably too much torque everywhere...

so are the rears easier or harder to install than the fronts, as far as getting the spring out and brake line issues?
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Do I need wheel spacers?

I just got this kit today and hope to put it on by Christmas. I have a 2011 JKU with the stock rims/tires. Do I need to put on wheel spacers to prevent interference?

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