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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackKnight View Post
    LOL, good that you mentioned Nearly Everyone. Personally I always strive to give shitty advice /jk
    Lol. We always will get some random dude that's been a member here for 3 years with hardly any posts and says 'I love my Terrorflex lift, you should get it.' They always seem to pop in at just the right time. Hence my use of the word 'nearly.'
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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Lol. We always will get some random dude that's been a member here for 3 years with hardly any posts and says 'I love my Terrorflex lift, you should get it.' They always seem to pop in at just the right time. Hence my use of the word 'nearly.'
    Wait, I love my Teraflex Lift !!...

    Of course they are just front spacers to deal with the droop I got when I replaced the front bumper with the EVO Proseries and winch. and are just chunks of poly. But being Teraflex, I expect them to crack and be unusable inside of a year...
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    Quote Originally Posted by notnalc68 View Post
    EVO 2 front coils, 1 rear spacer, 35s
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackKnight View Post
    Wait, I love my Teraflex Lift !!...

    Of course they are just front spacers to deal with the droop I got when I replaced the front bumper with the EVO Proseries and winch. and are just chunks of poly. But being Teraflex, I expect them to crack and be unusable inside of a year...
    We've sadly had two members here in recent months with cracked Teraflex spacers. No joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    We've sadly had two members here in recent months with cracked Teraflex spacers. No joke.

    https://wayalife.com/showthread.php/...l=1#post894161

    https://wayalife.com/showthread.php/...l=1#post956616
    Figures, I knew I shoulda checked into it before getting them WTF! I shoulda known...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slavens View Post
    Looks real good!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSJKU11 View Post
    ^this. I bought my jeep with a rough country 3.5 lift already installed and am unhappy with the ride. If I had to do it and you only want 2ish inch of lift I would do this kit. 2inch evo springs in the front and 1inch spacer in the back. Pair it with some good shocks like rancho 9000xl. Should be very budget friendly and give you want you are looking for.

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    thanks for the help guys and quick question ive seen a lot of the rancho shocks they look good how do you like how they ride and if i just got a brand new jk you think my willys package (aka rubicon performance suspension) is good enough or i should upgrade cuz a lot of the kits i see dont come with anything extra other than like the spacers and sometimes shocks


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    Quote Originally Posted by cangro408 View Post
    thanks for the help guys and quick question ive seen a lot of the rancho shocks they look good how do you like how they ride and if i just got a brand new jk you think my willys package (aka rubicon performance suspension) is good enough or i should upgrade cuz a lot of the kits i see dont come with anything extra other than like the spacers and sometimes shocks


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    I've heard great things about them but haven't run them myself. They do have a deal going on right now too though:

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    what you guys think about this i selected the option with no shocks mostly because it doesnt tell you which specific shocks you get but it has shock extensions whats your guys take on using the extensions is it basically the same thing because i figure if i save up some more money later in life i can remove the extensions and buy some 2.5 shocks later on. IMG_6499.jpg


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    You mentioned 35's and 37"s tires.
    This system with the RS9000's is a SCREAMING deal.
    But would be really tough to fit 37" tires on this system.

    http://www.gorancho.com/products/sus...s66109br9.html

    On Kane Creek with a spacer in the rear too, a 35" tire.



    I also like our 3" SPORT system too. You can easily add to this down the road too.

    http://www.gorancho.com/products/sus...-rs66110b.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by cangro408 View Post
    thanks for the help guys and quick question i’ve seen a lot of the rancho shocks they look good how do you like how they ride and if i just got a brand new jk you think my willy’s package (aka rubicon performance suspension) is good enough or i should upgrade cuz a lot of the kits i see don’t come with anything extra other than like the spacers and sometimes shocks


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