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Old 03-03-2013, 10:29 AM   #1
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Terraflex leveling kit

I got the TF leveling kit in the mail yesterday and it says it's for a four door, but I have a two door.
Will this kit work with my two door? And do I need anything else with this kit when I go to install?
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Old 03-03-2013, 10:32 AM   #2
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You're good. It's just spacers and a pair of sway bar links (backs go up front; new ones go in back) if you're talking about the $130 version.

Should add...even if it's the Performance leveling kit (with springs), you're still good.

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Thanks.
Its the springs I should have added that.

Should I get the rear brake line relocation brackets?
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Its the springs I should have added that.

Should I get the rear brake line relocation brackets?
The BLs are usually an issue when you significantly increase downward travel, i.e. add long shocks. For what you're doing, there's no need.
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Thanks,again.
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You're good. It's just spacers and a pair of sway bar links (backs go up front; new ones go in back) if you're talking about the $130 version.

Should add...even if it's the Performance leveling kit (with springs), you're still good.
I have the kit sitting on my work bench waiting for something to happen the directions say to install the new sway bar links up front. Does not mention the rear ones at all.
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I got the spacer lift already installed and I only replaced the ones in the front.
I just bought the spring leveling kit.
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I have the kit sitting on my work bench waiting for something to happen the directions say to install the new sway bar links up front. Does not mention the rear ones at all.
You don't change the rear sway bar links. The new ones go up front.

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