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jeep lift kits

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#1 BillyBonds

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Posted February 01 2016 - 10:30 AM

2016 unlimitted....

Teraflex 2.5" Teraflex with springs and shocks is $750, and claims clearance for 35" tires

Rough Country is half the price, but only claims clearance for 33" tires.....but the 3.25" lift(which simply adds .75" spacers to the 2.5" kit, claims clearance for 35" tires.

Skyjacker is $450 for same setup, but I dont see the tire clearance rating.

Quadratec seems to have two different 2.5" kits, one for 32" tires, one for 34".

What gives? Is it the spring rate?

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#2 Kamakazi118

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Posted February 01 2016 - 10:42 AM

Hmm.... you should be able to throw 33's on that without a lift at all. Once you throw in some spacers or new springs you should be clear for 35's. I believe that your jeep comes stock with 31's. I would also stick with Teraflex or Quadratec.





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