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04-05-2011 12:22 PM
schuhdog Thanks for the info, I think I talked myself into the 2.5" Teraflex spring lift over the leveling kit.
04-04-2011 09:26 PM
swingtail82 without fenders the leveling kit may not be enough.....I'd say look at the 2.5" spring lift if you plan on running the 35s
04-04-2011 08:42 PM
Tank77 Your going to get a ton of opinions on that one. Lift and wheels sound fine but I would consider the 285/70/17. About a 33" tall tire but the weight difference is substantial compared to the 35's or 305.....
04-04-2011 01:08 PM
JK Leveling kit "gut check"

I bought a used 2007 2 door Wrangler Rubicon 3 months ago (see my profile for pics). The truck is completely stock. Now that I have my tax refund in the bank, I am itching to spend it on the Rubi. It is not my daily driver but I try to drive it as much as possible and it will probably be offroad about one weekend per month.

I wanted to get some validation on my proposed upgrades:
- Teraflex leveling kit (the full spring one, not the spacers)
- New Mamba MR-1 wheels (4.75" offset)
- New Goodyear Wrangler MT/R 305/70/17 (about 34")

Anyone see any problems with this setup ?


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