Any advice for installing the teraflex leveling kit?
Thanks for the inputrolltide66 said:I installed this kit yesterday along with 295/70/18 Nitto Trail Grapplers on my 08 jkus. I had to use coil spring compressors both front and back to reinstall the coils. In the rear I also had to loosen the emergency brake from the tub so I could drop the axle far enough to get the coils out. The kit was easy to install.
I'm having trouble getting the sway bar to match up with the hole on the axleBillF said:Don't forget to grease the sway bar links aftyou install the zerk fittings. I've been working on various types of machinery for a while now, and somehow forgot to do this. The front end was making all kinds of noise after the install. I went over everything again and realized I hadn't greased the loints. That cured the noises!
I had a little trouble with mine as well. I just adjusted the height of the jeep with the jack in small increments. If that's the alignment with the weight of the vehicle on it, try jacking it back up a little. Trial and error did it for me.Jerkbait said:I'm having trouble getting the sway bar to match up with the hole on the axle
Not changing the geometry, I mean.BillF said:Shouldn't need an alignment because you aren't changing the alignment. As far as the rear goes, I wish I had used a spring compressor. Would have made it a bit easier to reinstall the spring. Also, lube the puck with soapy water or something to help it seat properly. Then us the weight of the jeep to finish getting it into place.