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06-07-2012 07:49 AM
ArmyCop
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Originally Posted by CiDZillA View Post
I currently have the Teraflex Leveling Kit which is just the spacers over the coils. It was an easy install. It added 2" in the front and 1" in the back effectively leveling out my Jeep.

It was only $80.00 used from another Jeeper. They usually go for around $130.

I found the install was easy but like wmwhitey said, I do plan on getting a full lift kit eventually. Getting the "right" lift first just means less crawling around under the Jeep. Some folks don't like having to go under their Jeeps too many times but I enjoy it.
Sooooo, you didn't have to get new (longer) shocks or anything else and it works fine?
Can you post a link to where I could purchase this Teraflex Leveling Kit online?
Thanks...
06-06-2012 01:39 PM
CiDZillA I currently have the Teraflex Leveling Kit which is just the spacers over the coils. It was an easy install. It added 2" in the front and 1" in the back effectively leveling out my Jeep.

It was only $80.00 used from another Jeeper. They usually go for around $130.

I found the install was easy but like wmwhitey said, I do plan on getting a full lift kit eventually. Getting the "right" lift first just means less crawling around under the Jeep. Some folks don't like having to go under their Jeeps too many times but I enjoy it.
06-06-2012 01:25 PM
ArmyCop
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Originally Posted by wmwhitey View Post
Stop playing games and use a little of that deployment pay on a good lift. If you dont you will be mad later you didnt I wish I had a long arm kit now just saying but I do like my RC 4" lift it rides great with the 2.2 shocks.
I wish. Deployment pay long gone. Injury in Iraq kept me from staying in. Didn't have enough time to retire. Working as a Police Officer now & wife's outta work - don't know for how long. Really don't need to spend anything at all for now if not a real need.

but maybe one day I'll be able to get the real deal in a good lift. Thanks.
06-05-2012 09:22 PM
wmwhitey Stop playing games and use a little of that deployment pay on a good lift. If you dont you will be mad later you didnt I wish I had a long arm kit now just saying but I do like my RC 4" lift it rides great with the 2.2 shocks.
06-05-2012 08:53 PM
ArmyCop
Lifts - how many of you used????

How many of you with lifted Wranglers just used coil spacers and not the full blown 'everything' kits? Why did you go that route & are you happy with it?

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