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I have been on here a lot and reading about lift kits... I want to do a 2.5" with 33's or 35's. I noticed that teraflex was fairly popular. Just trying to find out a good brand of lift kit to go with. Any help is great! Pictures are welcome too!
 

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No problem. You may still have questions after you read that. If so fire away!
 

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I went with the TF 2.5 lift kit. I bought the one with the shocks included. At first it felt stuff but after some use it rides real nice now.

I had 33's on there at first and felt they were small so I upgraded to 35's and didnt look back.
 

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I asked a question on there.. No reply.. Lol
What's your recommendation for a 2.5" with 35" that rides similar to stock (the smoothness)? It's my daily driver and used MAYBE 4 times a year for offroading. I was looking at the rancho 2" on that other thread. I have been extremely torn between teraflex and skyjacker. I started out wanted teraflex but spoke to someone with skyjacker and her said the company is wonderful and helpful with replacement parts.
 

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I asked a question on there.. No reply.. Lol
What's your recommendation for a 2.5" with 35" that rides similar to stock (the smoothness)? It's my daily driver and used MAYBE 4 times a year for offroading. I was looking at the rancho 2" on that other thread. I have been extremely torn between teraflex and skyjacker. I started out wanted teraflex but spoke to someone with skyjacker and her said the company is wonderful and helpful with replacement parts.
Rancho kit is a awesome choice. There's a bunch of great kits. It's the height that will get you. Over 3" which most 2.5's end up at need more components to ride well. The rancho kit will keep you at a safe height not really affecting the ride much. Good shocks make a huge difference too. The 9000's in that kit are awesome :thumb:
 

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Cool! Thanks so much! So rancho is the best bet?
For the price point it will be hard to bet. You need to ask yourself, will you be upgrading down the road? I started back in the day with a YJ. I thought 31's are the biggest I will ever go..... ended up on 37's and a whole new drivetrain. :doh:

My 2013, I went all in, right off the bat. I need to do a cage, down the road steering assist.... but I have 2500 miles on mine and don't drive (unless to a destination to wheel) that much.

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I don't plan on much ( if any ) upgrading after this. It is my daily driver, and I want the ride to be fairly smooth.

Awesome jeep 👍
 
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