|08-04-2013 12:52 PM|
|Thornton93||Thanks for all the help from all ya on here. I really appreciate it.|
|08-03-2013 09:00 PM|
|08-02-2013 05:49 PM|
|Thornton93||It's a Mickey Thompson atz.|
|08-02-2013 05:39 PM|
|TeraFlex||All spring lifts will net you over the the stated lift height, our 2.5" lift is closer to 3. This is help to compensate for things like bumpers and winches. However that being said a 2.5" lift you are fine. The reason people state over 3" of lift is because a 3" lift can give you 3.5" and up depending on the company. The biggest differences is what that lift nets you after the extras are added, on our 2.5 lift we guarantee that after the goodies are added the Jeep will be at least 2.5". If this doesn't make any thing more clear just give us a ring and we'll be happy to talk to you about everything. 801-288-2585|
|08-02-2013 05:05 PM|
That pic is not fully stuffed. Still another 1-2" of bumpstop. Matter of fact the jounce (yellow) bumper was sitting on the bumpstop.
The pitch seem is what 1/2" in further than the rubi rail?
I'm also running 3.5" of lift. 2.5" a 35" will hit the seam.
|08-02-2013 05:00 PM|
|08-02-2013 04:55 PM|
|Thornton93||My tires are 35-12.5-17|
|08-02-2013 04:26 PM|
|08-02-2013 01:55 PM|
When flexed the stuff side will pull in. This is a effect of stock arms called axle steer.
|08-02-2013 01:54 PM|
|08-02-2013 12:53 PM|
|Thornton93||Will I need to cut off my pinch seem with running that lift and tires?|
|08-01-2013 11:47 PM|
|08-01-2013 10:42 PM|
Here is my JKU with a Teraflex 2.5 lift and 35's.
|08-01-2013 10:32 PM|
|Thornton93||I do plan to add tire carrier bumper and a winch some time in the future. So with that added weight will I still be fine with the 2.5 TF lift?|
|08-01-2013 10:28 PM|
|Thornton93||So with the TF 2.5 I'm going to get more than that? I'm trying to avoid over 3 that way I won't have the DS problems and such.|
|08-01-2013 07:51 PM|
Yea... Def safer with a 4 door. Remember, RK's heights are based on a fully outfitted rig. Bumpers/winch/tire carrier/etc.
|08-01-2013 07:44 PM|
And To the OP, as everyone else said, 2.5" will be enough, and if you decide you want more flex room, flat flares with the 2.5" will be perfect. There's actually a good number of people who ran their 35"s before they even had on their lift and most say that it didn't rub too bad on bumpy roads. So with a leveling kit and flat flares, you could totally pull off 35" with very little rub disconnected and no rub while connected.
|08-01-2013 07:11 PM|
Tie rod/drag link flip/AEV drop brackets/front DS/HD stabilizer. Yep
FREE factory chopped fenders
|08-01-2013 06:42 PM|
Your driving around now with 35s and now lift? Got a pic of that with those MTZs?
|08-01-2013 06:42 PM|
|08-01-2013 06:26 PM|
You don't need a lift. Flat fenders will provide all the clearance you need to run 35s. The stock suspension offers more wheel travel then most of the budget lifts.
Bushwacker 10919-07 - Bushwacker Flat Style Flares for 07-13 Jeep® Wrangler JK 2 Door - Quadratec
|08-01-2013 06:14 PM|
Well yes but no
RK 2.5" coils on a 2 door = 3.5"
|08-01-2013 05:38 PM|
|Thornton93||Is that a 2.5 TF lift?|
|07-31-2013 05:55 PM|
Lower the lift less the issues. 2.5" is more than enough for 35's.
Need more room, trim the flares.
Time for 40's
|07-31-2013 02:57 PM|
|TeraFlex||lifetime on the hard parts 1 year on bushings.|
|07-31-2013 01:02 PM|
|Thornton93||What is the warranty for teraflex lifts?|
|07-31-2013 12:10 PM|
|TeraFlex||With 35's you really only need 2.5" of lift especially for mud, If you need a little more articulation a 3" lift is a good way to go.|
|07-31-2013 11:31 AM|
Out of the 3 hands down Rock Krawler. Then TF. BDS would be my last choice of those 3.
Look at Synergy/Poly Performance too.
|07-31-2013 11:28 AM|
|07-31-2013 10:06 AM|
Here you go
"Lifting in steps" is a good one.
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