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02-23-2013 01:38 PM
CarolinaBound If you stack coil spacers on top of JK suspension in a TJ, you're going to tend up with 4-5 inches of lift. Gonna have to eitehr drop the t case or get a SYE/ CV drive shaft, too. Definitely goin to have to bumpstop/limit strap since the stock JK shocks don't account for that extra 2" of lift, but mostly has to d with what size tire and when you get any sort of interference articulating the suspension. Brakelines will have to be extended if you wheel it at all.
02-23-2013 06:36 AM
JakePurvis
JK Suspension on a TJ + 2" BB??

Hey guys, quick question(s).

I bought a full 2012 Stock JK suspension from a guy and installed the front springs. If I do the whole conversion (Shocks & springs), and put 2" Spacers from Teraflex, will I have to get BS Extenstions and brake lines and all that?


My coworker (who seems to know what he's talking about) says I might have to do that, but I hope not.

I just bought 4 coil spacers from Teraflex, no shocks or BS extensions.

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