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01-27-2013 09:20 AM
takeem75
Spring Installation of 2.5" lift

I live in Staunton and have a 12 JKUR that I plan on doing the Teraflex or Rubicon Express 2.5" lift this spring. I have the necessary tools and the garage space and have some experience with wrenching, but always welcome some helpful tips or experience. I am looking to do it this spring once the weather breaks. Anyone in the area that might be able to help out or lend some pointers. The downstairs bar will be complete next week and will have Coors Light and Spotted Cow on tap for after the job is complete.

Thanks.
Andy

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