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Old 07-07-2015, 02:33 PM
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TF 1.5" Spring Level + RE .75" Rear Coil Spacer

I have a new set of 33" BFG AT KO2 sitting in the garage while I wait for my wheels to be delivered. I don't like the look of 33's on stock height, nor do I like the look of 33's with 2.5" (3-3.5"net) lift. So my answer seems to be to go with a 1.5" coil lift.
I found the TeraFlex 1.5" spring lift would give me the height I'm looking for, but it will remove the rake. So, I'd also like to add a .75" puck to the rear coil to maintain close to factory rake. When all this is complete I will end up with 2" lift in the front and 1.75" lift in the rear.

I'm new to the jk world, but used to wheel tj's back in the day. What are your thoughts on my proposed setup? Are there any critical errors I'm missing?

BTW: My JK is a 2dr.

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