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Old 09-15-2010, 05:37 AM   #1
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Teraflex LGC lift question

Alright so I've been looking at the 3" and 4" teraflex LGC lift with shocks. I want to run 33's and keep going back and forth on the 3" or 4" lift.

My beef with the 3" is it looks like the 33's might be a little tight with just the 3" lift. Anybody have pics of a 3-4" teraflex LGC and 33's? Any input would be greatly appreciated

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I bought my jeep with the lift already on it, but from what I've found out here it's a 3" Teraflex lift and I've got 33 x 12.50's. I don't know much about the lift but the tires fit well and no rubbing. There's a few pictures in my profile.

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Old 09-15-2010, 08:54 AM   #3
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Do the 4" lift... you'll have plenty of room in there for the 33's and for future plans, with the 4" lift you'll be able to fit 35's as well. Do it right the first time.

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Old 09-15-2010, 10:26 AM   #4
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For offroading, you really want 4" of clearance for 33" tires. Either go with the 4" lift or add a 1" body lift to the 3" lift.
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Tony81. Keep in mind the other mods you will need to make to properly run 33 inch tires like wheel backspacing and gearing just to name a couple. One or two things usually always leads to one or two more things.
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