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MetalCloak 09-27-2013 05:46 PM

NEW! Metalcloak's 2.5" Suspension for JK Wrangler!
 
Metalcloak's line of JK Wrangler Suspension Systems including
  • Game Changer Suspension System[/URL]
  • Game Changer 'Lite', ARB Edition[/URL]
  • Duroflex Suspension System[/URL]
  • Dual Rate Lift Kits[/URL]
Are now available in 2.5" for both the JK Wrangler (2-Door) and JK Wrangler Unlimited (4-Door).
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2-Door JK with the new, 2-Door Specific, 2.5" Dual Rate Coils

Featuring the Metalcloak Duroflex Joints and TRUE Dual Rate Coils, the Metalcloak suspension systems give you the most droop of any LCG lift.

With 21 7/8" Free Length in the front and 19 1/2" of Free Length in the rear, our 2.5" Dual Rate Coils provide the same Free Length as it's 3.5" brother, providing incredible droop for a true LCG build.

Combined with the Patent Pending Duroflex Joints (depending on the system) the Metalcloak 2.5" Suspension is the perfect choice for the LCG "Sleeper" Build.

For more information ask your question here or visit us online at Metalcloak.com

Bradspe 11-24-2013 11:17 PM

Did metalcloak increase the price by 100 for the 2.5" dual rate kit?

matsonian 11-26-2013 01:38 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bradspe (Post 6366626)
Did metalcloak increase the price by 100 for the 2.5" dual rate kit?

Yes, the 2.5" Dual Rate Kit Introductory Price has, unfortunately, come to an end.

Still a savings over buying the parts individually.

C6vette088 01-19-2014 04:06 PM

does this kit require new driveshaft(S)? Also what would be involved in raising to the 3.5 kit down the road?

Alex.Wolff 02-03-2014 11:19 AM

I am considering the 2.5" Gamechanger OME/ARB/Lite with with 315/70/17 Duratracs and and stock fenders with an CoD/MW3 bumpers.

Will I need a new driveshaft or risk damaging my stock one?

The instructions say backspacing of 4.0" or less is recommended. Therefore, could I save some money and get by with stock Rubicon wheels without spacers? If not, most of the wheels I'm looking at have 4.5-5.0" of backspacing. Will either of these larger than 4" backspacing create an issue?

Thanks!

Alex.Wolff 02-04-2014 12:36 PM

Never mind about the backspacing. I just realized I understood it incorrectly.


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