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Old 10-13-2013, 07:18 PM   #1
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Whats your advice for me?

So I am running 31" tires right now on my jeep without any problem. I really don't see the need in ever going bigger as I do not do any serious wheeling.
However, I do want a slightly taller stance with these tires, my plan

2" Teraflex Budget Boost
1.25" JKS Body Lift

Between those that's 3.25" of lift for about $250 bucks.
Not bad, and like I said, as long as I am still capable of doing what I could stock then I am happy.
Any thoughts or suggestions?
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Old 10-13-2013, 07:24 PM   #2
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My only suggestion is get longer coils and shocks for your 2" instead of the BB but nothing wrong with that set up, I have 1.25" zone offroad BL and the 2.5" RC coils and shocks SL total for that was $400

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My only suggestion is get longer coils and shocks for your 2" instead of the BB but nothing wrong with that set up, I have 1.25" zone offroad BL and the 2.5" RC coils and shocks SL total for that was $400
What's the advantage of longer coils as opposed to a budget boost?
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Safer, better spring rate, more flex on the trails and wont make your springs sag over time like the increased compression of the spacers also give you better performance and handling, short term both kits are good but long term the coil lift will be better and only for a little more money
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Im not telling you what companies to go with because there are many out there but id go coil lift if it was me and they even make the coil lift I got without shocks for $199 then $100 for the BL and your only at $300 for it all but I would get the longer shocks and probably won't hurt to change them im sure its about time for some for you anyway and I dont know what BL your looking at but my Zone offroad kit came with radiator drop brackets as well as transfer case linkage drop brackets and steering bearing spacers as well for $94 shipped but regardless of brand be sure it comes with those brackets and all so you dont have to cut up your fan shroud and keeps your angles correct
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