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Old 04-12-2016, 08:30 AM
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Has anyone just did 1" and 1" with teraflex leveling kit?

Does anyone have any pics of a teraflex leveling kit installed with just 1 inch in front and rear?

I am sticking with 33's and think I may want to keep the slight rake.

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Old 04-12-2016, 08:43 AM   #2
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That should keep the rake if you have it to start with and desire to keep it.

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Old 04-12-2016, 10:22 AM
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yea i dont see it being too bad on my jeep. I was just wondering if anyone has done this and taken pictures. 33s on level kit sometimes seem small in the front to me so i may take this route.
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You'll regret that later when you add a winch or change out bumper. Level looks way better then raked, even with 33s.
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You'll regret that later when you add a winch or change out bumper. Level looks way better then raked, even with 33s.
Agreed. I even went to 2.5"/1" after bumper and winch.
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I almost bought the 1 inch TeraFlex pucks for front and rear but I ended up getting 17/59 Springs and it gave me almost 1 inch front and rear sorry I do not have photos. I am very happy with the results I don't have an extra large gap between the front tires and fenders. I don't look at the jeep the way I think most people do. What everyone sees as level I see as the front end having a popped up kind of a look.
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Gots to get rid of dat rake mang. No one ever gonna take yo jeep seriously if it ain't got dat level stance brah.
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Old 04-16-2016, 10:45 PM   #9
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Not at all ^^ friends jeep with TF 2/1"
I think you missed something. Your friends has 2/1 Leveling. He wants 1/1 maybe, leaving it still raked, which will even be worse of a rake if winch or heavy bumper added.
I have 2/1" TF Leveling and it looked great with 33s. Now I have flat fenders and 35s still with only Leveling kit and the stance looks great, and I'm a big fan of the factory ride.
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Here you go. 18/59 with 2.5/1 and bumpers front and rear plus winch and tera carrier. I have since put on MC 2.5 springs but that is a different story.





Probably a good idea to put the 2" in front. Those tires only measure 33.5 by the way.

One more with the hardtop on and even on a slight uphill.

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I really don't see my jeep as being higher in the front. I have 17 Springs up front.

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