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I am interested in putting on a 3" tf kit on my jeep with 35's and wanted to know if i could get some pics of this kit so i can see ride height, also the height of the vehicle, i have a 09 4dr rubi soft top, would like to know if i can get it in my garage, would really suck if i got it home and didnt fit, i would just have to air down my tires, also i heard the 3' kit actually lifts about 5"
is this true?

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I am interested in putting on a 3" tf kit on my jeep with 35's and wanted to know if i could get some pics of this kit so i can see ride height, also the height of the vehicle, i have a 09 4dr rubi soft top, would like to know if i can get it in my garage, would really suck if i got it home and didnt fit, i would just have to air down my tires, also i heard the 3' kit actually lifts about 5"
is this true?

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If you have standard 7Ft garage you will be fine....running a 4inch TF kit with a 1inch spacer with 35's and I have plenty of room to spare! Let me know when you are ready to pull the trigger on the lift....I might be able to help you with a special JKO member price

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It will give you more than 3" of lift. All depends on how much wieght you add in bumpers ans such. It will fit in a 7' door.

I am still running my stock drive shafts after 40k miles no problems. And has been on many hard trails in Moab, AZ, NM and AK. I did cut my front drive sahaft boot on my stock skid and have not replaced it just left it open.

Be sure to get the HEAVY DUTY front adjustable track bar with your kit.
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Take a look here for tons of pics of our customers rigs. http://www.teraflex.biz/jeep-gallery/customer-rigs/


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is there anymore additional parts to go with on the 4" than the 3"? do they handle about the same on the highway? the handling on the paved roads is a huge deal for me, i had a 92 yj and did the pro comp coil conversion and it was nasty, lost all quality handling on the highway and dont want to ruin my new 35k rubi
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i just measured, i have 6' 9" available for clearence in my garage
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heres my 09 rubicon with a 3" TF lift with 315/75's



I have no problems fitting in my garage and ended up with right at 4" of lift.
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heres my 09 rubicon with a 3" TF lift with 315/75's



I have no problems fitting in my garage and ended up with right at 4" of lift.
right on that looks good, did you go with the 4 arm kit or 8 arm kit?
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Great kit and works easily with 35". I used some 1" spacers in the front also. Check out my link on signature for a ton of pics and all angles. Go Teraflex and good luck.

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