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I have a question about lift.
I order these parts
1. Teraflex 2.5 in. Lift Kit w/ Shocks
2. Teraflex Steering Stabilizer
3. Teraflex Exhaust Spacer.

Im putting 35" tire with 20" Rims.
Do i still need Geometry Correction Brackets ?

And do i need any other part ?

please help.

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I have a question about lift.
I order these parts
1. Teraflex 2.5 in. Lift Kit w/ Shocks
2. Teraflex Steering Stabilizer
3. Teraflex Exhaust Spacer.

Im putting 35" tire with 20" Rims.
Do i still need Geometry Correction Brackets ?

And do i need any other part ?

please help.

Thank you
It will ride much better with the geometry brackets or front lower adjustable control arms. These will correct caster.

You shouldn't Really need a new steering stabilizer unless yours is damaged.

I would suggest an adjustable front trackbar over a steering stabilizer.
 

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It will ride much better with the geometry brackets or front lower adjustable control arms. These will correct caster.

You shouldn't Really need a new steering stabilizer unless yours is damaged.

I would suggest an adjustable front trackbar over a steering stabilizer.
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What kind of brand front lower adjustable control arms are good for 2.5" lift ?
 

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Any brand , fixed or adjustable. Some guys like the new TERAFLEX Alpine arms. I run RK and also like the Core4x4 arms, cheap and use one of the best joints (Currie JJ's)
Ultimately comes down to your choice.
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Thank you What kind of brand front lower adjustable control arms are good for 2.5" lift ?
Any brand , fixed or adjustable. Some guys like the new TERAFLEX Alpine arms. I run RK and also like the Core4x4 arms, cheap and use one of the best joints (Currie JJ's)
Ultimately comes down to your choice.
I agree with what kjeeper10 said. I have run Rock Krawler arms on 3 jeeps and like them. The TeraFlex Alpine arms have my attention though. I like that they use stock like bushings that are maitenance free. Core 4x4 arms are priced nicely and people seem to like them.
 

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Any brand , fixed or adjustable. Some guys like the new TERAFLEX Alpine arms. I run RK and also like the Core4x4 arms, cheap and use one of the best joints (Currie JJ's)
Ultimately comes down to your choice.
1 more question do I need both front and rear control arms ?
 

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So i will need
1. Teraflex 2.5 in. Lift Kit w/ Shocks
2. Teraflex Steering Stabilizer
3. Teraflex Exhaust Spacer.
4. Geometry Correction Brackets
5. Front lower adjustable control arms
 

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So i will need
1. Teraflex 2.5 in. Lift Kit w/ Shocks
2. Teraflex Steering Stabilizer
3. Teraflex Exhaust Spacer.
4. Geometry Correction Brackets
5. Front lower adjustable control arms
You do not need correction brackets and adjustable control arms. It is one or the other.

Is your steering stabilizer broken? If not, there is no reason to buy another one. The stock one is fine.
 

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My steering stabilizer not broken i thought i need to replace steering stabilizer when lift my jeep.
So which one make ride better Geometry Correction Brackets or Front lower adjustable control arms ?

Thank you for your help.
 

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My steering stabilizer not broken i thought i need to replace steering stabilizer when lift my jeep. So which one make ride better Geometry Correction Brackets or Front lower adjustable control arms ? Thank you for your help.
The ss has nothing to do with lifting. One can make the argument a upgrade helps running bigger tires. Geo brackets flatten the front arms which smooths out the ride a bit.

Also... Check out the Griffin steering Attenuator.
 

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not if you buy the right rims... whats the backspacing or offset on the rims you are getting?

are you sure you want 20's. would recommend 17s if you offroad it.
 

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not if you buy the right rims... whats the backspacing or offset on the rims you are getting?

are you sure you want 20's. would recommend 17s if you offroad it.
Thank you for letting me know and I figure it out that I don't need wheel spacers.
I need 78mm hub centric rings to fit the 35" and 20" rims.
I don't do off roading.
 
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