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BlueRanger 04-02-2012 08:55 PM

Question..Those with TF Leveling Kit?
 
Can those who have or had the TF leveling kit rate the feel/ride after the install... i.e.

Same feel/ride as stock.

Little harder/stiffer than stock.

Much stiffer feel every bump on the road feel.


I think your simple review or comment will help us who are thinking of the level kit get some good feedback :thumb:

Thank you :D

PA . JAY 04-02-2012 09:09 PM

their is no difference in ride at all . no matter how hard I try to think of any down falls theirs none . good 130 bucks spent .

ESP 04-02-2012 09:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PA . JAY (Post 2212654)
their is no difference in ride at all . no matter how hard I try to think of any down falls theirs none . good 130 bucks spent .

x2

If you're looking at leveling kits by them, get the 1.5 coil kit instead of the spacers.

rics1997 04-02-2012 09:12 PM

I have it but really can't comment on the feel other then it feels great. I changed shocks and tires also, so they all contributed to the current feel. But have to say it is at least close to stock again. the MT's and old shocks were giving me a rough ride. I just put the Teraflex Leveling Kit, Fox 2.0 gas shocks, and Duratrac's on Friday. And have to say it drives like a new Jeep again

JK-Uknowit 04-02-2012 09:12 PM

Agreed. Great value and a fun install.

Phaedrus 04-02-2012 09:14 PM

Same. I have added 230 pounds of bumper and winch to the front and used only the front leveling kit spacers to bring the front back up. I have not noticed any difference in ride or handling. The vehicle is level just right without the need to add the 1" spacers to the rear. I have a 2012 JKU with 58/17 springs.

RedBones 04-02-2012 09:15 PM

Rides the same.


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4fit 04-02-2012 09:18 PM

No difference in ride at all and very simple install.
Quote:

Originally Posted by ESP (Post 2212669)
x2

If you're looking at leveling kits by them, get the 1.5 coil kit instead of the spacers.

I would personally only do the coil version if the plans call for adding more weight via bumpers, armor, winch, roof rack, etc, etc, and never plan on going larger than 33" tires. At the ~$400 price point of the coil version, it is just hard to justify versus the 2.5" coil kit. But that's just me.

BlueRanger 04-02-2012 09:43 PM

:thumb: Great Feedback everyone's opinion/comments are valuable.

Keep them coming I am sure it will help myself & others looking for this information.


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