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Old 08-12-2019, 12:44 AM
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Hi all, first off I just want to say ignore budget (within reason) and give me your best advice with this please


I would like a lift that can run 37s or 38s without rubbing that I can run with a dynatrac front and rear pro rock 60. On a 2009 JK



I'm debating over the MetalCloak gamechanger 4.5 inch lift or the Teraflex CT4 Long arm kit (4 inch).



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We run the Alpine CT3 on my wife's Jeep. We chose it because we wanted a Jeep that rode well and did well off road, this lift accomplishes that. Just click the link in my sig to see her build.

I'd also recommend you check out the Teraflex axles before you buy. I've had the chance to compare them (on my wife's) to friends Dynatracs. The brackets line up better and the axle seems better made.

https://teraflex.com/shop/category?c...gler+Unlimited

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