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Looking at Tera flex, AEV, and Rancho. Anyone have any advice on products? I'm looking at a 4" rancho lift for $800+ but a Teraflex lift is $800 for just 2.5". Suggestions? I want to throw a 33" tire on it but don't want to lift 2.5" wishing later I lifted it 4"
 

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How about you tell the forum how you plan to use your Wrangler instead of telling us how much you want to pay for the lift? Because without this info, you're certain to get an influx of bad advice. If you like getting bad advice, cool.

I have a TF lift on mine. The dealership says 2.5" but I get closer to 3.5" because I have stock bumpers. Mine is a 2dr daily driver, all city driving with the occasional weekend excursion.

Although I have fox shocks, I have had Rancho shocks before and they are absolutely amazing when it comes to ride quality as I could adjust the shocks based on the condition of the road. And 33's and 35's fit under the TF lift without any drama.
 

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Quality is more important in my mind than the amount of the lift except you may need a certain lift to reach your the goal you have for your remaining planned mods. I thought about both AEV and Tera flex both quality products but ended up with the OME lift after driving in a friends. I really like the OME products and just put a 4 inch lift on mine along with a TnT short arm kit and other options. This is the 4th OME lift I have put on various rigs. my TJ, a Tacoma, and Land Cruiser. All have performed great!
 

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If you have any questions about our systems let me know.
We make all of our systems here in the USA, in Long Beach CA.
Our shocks are made here as well.
Our systems come with a Limited Lifetime Warranty. The Limited doesn't cover racing etc...

Good luck in your hunt.
 
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