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post #1 of 4 Old 11-12-2018, 05:14 PM Thread Starter
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Teraflex S/T3 suspension

Anyone running the Teraflex Sport S/T3 suspension? If so, are you pleased?

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post #2 of 4 Old 11-12-2018, 07:14 PM
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Our '14 JKUR has the Mopar Stage III, now called the Teraflex S/T3. I've put over 85k on it without issue. I replaced the FOX 2.0 resi shocks with Falcon 3.3 about a year and a half ago. They're a great shock.
Our '18 has the Teraflex Alpine CT3, it's a great lift too if you want the adjustable arms.

Here's the '14 (40x13.5x17)





and here's the '18 (37x12.5x17) stacking on the '14


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For the money Metal Cloak is a much better lift.
https://www.metalcloak.com/JK-Wrangl...cks-p/7121.htm

Or if you dont care about running fox shocks you save a lot with this kit.
https://www.metalcloak.com/JK-Game-C...ion-p/7131.htm

Or buy with no shocks and do your own.
https://www.metalcloak.com/JK-Wrangl...cks-p/7125.htm

While the teraflex offers the gimmik "speed bumps" and limit straps which I recommend in any suspension the metal cloak kit gives you all 8 adjsutable arms instead of just 6 fixed arms, gives you brake lines (you will need them at 3"), a dual rate coil, both track bars, and adjustable bump stops. The metal cloak joint also will give you a better ride and more flex vs the teraflex that uses a factory style clevite joint. Metal Cloak is also made in the USA vs most of the teraflex stuff being built in China. I have installed most of the major lift companies out there and for quality of the kit and fit and finish of the product they are top of the heap.

Good luck with your search and mods.
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For the money Metal Cloak is a much better lift.
https://www.metalcloak.com/JK-Wrangl...cks-p/7121.htm

Or if you dont care about running fox shocks you save a lot with this kit.
https://www.metalcloak.com/JK-Game-C...ion-p/7131.htm

Or buy with no shocks and do your own.
https://www.metalcloak.com/JK-Wrangl...cks-p/7125.htm

While the teraflex offers the gimmik "speed bumps" and limit straps which I recommend in any suspension the metal cloak kit gives you all 8 adjsutable arms instead of just 6 fixed arms, gives you brake lines (you will need them at 3"), a dual rate coil, both track bars, and adjustable bump stops. The metal cloak joint also will give you a better ride and more flex vs the teraflex that uses a factory style clevite joint. Metal Cloak is also made in the USA vs most of the teraflex stuff being built in China. I have installed most of the major lift companies out there and for quality of the kit and fit and finish of the product they are top of the heap.

Good luck with your search and mods.
The brake lines that MC includes with their 3.5" game changer is actually a bit shorter than the stock brake lines that come on at least 2014 and up wranglers. We thought perhaps MC sent the wrong ones but they said they are correct ones. We held them side by side and the stock were longer.
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