Their springs are harder than a rock.
Their control arm bushing blow out after one trip.
Their tire carrier doesn't hold the tire on the tailgate, it cracks.
Their speed bumps are aluminum beer cans with spray foam in them.
What else you want? Their budget boost is alright since it's the same poly spacers as everyone else.
2012 Jeep Wrangler
I have TF coil spacers in the rear with no issues. Like OverlanderJK and olram30 said, hard to jack those up.
I did have TF sway bar quick disconnects. They were a pain to remove/install. After several months one of the lower studs sheared off while on pavement. TF would not warranty them nor the vender. They went in the garbage and I decided never to buy anything of theirs again made out of "metal". I know it's not a major component, but that was pretty hairy trying to drive home without having the front swaybar connected.
2013 JKU Sport "Spider" with some EVO goodies and a chop here and there
DIY trail/tube door build http://wayalife.com/showthread.php?24449-My-DIY-Doors
Overall "build thread" http://wayalife.com/showthread.php?2...ker-quot-build
I have a rear track bar relocation bracket from them haven't had any problems yet but that bracket is really not a big parts like a carrier honestly could have made it my self from a piece of square tubing.
I'm glad I started this thread - help clear up a lot of the marketing hype around their products & make thoughtfull choices
Here is part of the problem for me. I get it that most people are on a budget and others just want instant gratification rather than saving up to buy top end parts. That's why companies like Smittybilt exist. They serve a purpose and that's great for some people. That said, you kinda know what you are getting with Smittybilt and the price matches the product. TeraFlex crap isn't exactly cheap though. It boggles my mind that people are willing to pay a premium for shit that has such a proven record of failing. In my opinion, TeraFlex is just expensive Smittybilt.
I wonder how many of you would buy a Smittybilt suspension (if there was such a thing) or pay $700 for a Smittybilt tire carrier.
Only thing I also trust & love from TF is their install videos & shit. Man, they are handy, easy to follow and give great tips along the way!!! Even though what they are installing is crap... At least you get to learn shit from it, as I am a Certified Driveway Mechanic ahahah.