|07-06-2013 08:30 AM|
|07-05-2013 07:22 PM|
|RKracing||Teraflex 2.5 with adapters is the way to go if you have Rubicon shocks...... We did this to 4 of our Jeeps to start out with and you do not need any other shocks for a long time to come. You will be a happy camper.....unless you really want to toss your money around. Here are 2 of our Jeeps with the 2.5". Both have 35" BFG KM2's|
|07-05-2013 07:09 PM|
My wife isn't so much concerned with ride "comfort" - more concerned with a good off road performance and acceptable on road...
|07-05-2013 07:13 AM|
Rancho XL 9000 are the way to go, they are adjustable from 1-soft to 9 off road stiff. And because it's your wife's all the more reason to go with them.
After I went Rancho xl9000 3 of my buddies have also changed there shocks to them. mine is also 2.5 inches.
|07-05-2013 06:41 AM|
Can I give another option ?
|07-05-2013 03:24 AM|
|07-04-2013 12:17 AM|
|jrussblues||If you pony up for the 9550 shocks you will not be disappointed. On the street they rode better than my fox 2.0's.|
|07-03-2013 10:12 PM|
|33street||If you bought the kit with shock adapters and don,t want to spend a zillion dollars just use your stock shocks. I put the same kit on my rubicon and used my stock shocks works fine.when you put the bump stops and extensions on the stock length seems fine, even when disconnected.|
|07-03-2013 09:09 PM|
|07-03-2013 08:57 PM|
'12 Rubi (2dr) Lift Kit Options
I'm looking to lift my wife's JK. We settled in on the TeraFlex 2.5" spring/coil lift kit with the shock adapters. I'm looking at the Bilstein shocks, but not exactly sure yet.
I dont want to spend a zillion on the lift, we will be adding larger tires, front bumper/winch and rear bumper/tire carrier. So saving a few bucks here and there would help.
Anyone have any suggestions?