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11-04-2012 05:54 AM
fhern001 The Fox Shocks should be the 2.0 Emulsion shocks, not the 2.0 Performance Series.

(and what shaft and stroke lengths are recommended?)

Still work with the TeraFlex 2.5"?
11-04-2012 02:39 AM
fhern001
Upgrade advice on Lift Kit for 2012 JKU S

Any of you experts (or those who simply have opinions) what to give me some feedback/advice on the following upgrades I am thinking of going with for my 2012 JKU "Freedom Edition". Planning these upgrades from my hooch in Afghanistan and will put them on once I redeploy shortly!

1) TeraFlex 2.5" JK Lift Kit w/Adapters - (No Shocks)
2) Fox Racking Shock 2.0 Performance Series IFP
3) SpiderTrax 1.5" Thick Wheel Spacers - (Keeping my stock wheels for a bit: 255/75R17 w/17x7.5, so I need spacers correct?)

4) Do I need a Trackbar? and if yes, any recommendations on one?

Minus jacks and a torque wrench, any other "special" tools I would need?

Thanks in advance!
-H

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