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adding more lift on a 2.5 terraflex coil lift ???

i want to run 35s, i got a 2.5 terraflex coil lift now with 33 x 12.50, i want to run 35 x 12.50 but i wheel and want to be able to stuff with no rubbing? how much lift more would i need,terraflex coils are new,so could i add a 1 or 2 inch body lift like coil spacers with this lift? any issues with this? will it affect ride more? would i need control arms or any other stuff? thanks for ur answers on hindsight i shoulda just got bigger coil lift and 35s,but well you know what they say thanks

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TWO WORDS: fender chop!

Do the fender chop if you want to flex out more with 35s. It works, looks good, doesnt involve the need to buy new drivelines and trackbars - AND IS FREE! That TF 2.5" coil lift is great, perfect for 35s.
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i want to run 35s, i got a 2.5 terraflex coil lift now with 33 x 12.50, i want to run 35 x 12.50 but i wheel and want to be able to stuff with no rubbing? how much lift more would i need,terraflex coils are new,so could i add a 1 or 2 inch body lift like coil spacers with this lift? any issues with this? will it affect ride more? would i need control arms or any other stuff? thanks for ur answers on hindsight i shoulda just got bigger coil lift and 35s,but well you know what they say thanks
Maybe a set of Front Spacers would do the trick. The bump stops are more critical for keeping the tires out of the fender. What size bump stops are you running?


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i would go with a 1 inch body lift . go to rough country they have it for $100.00
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We install Tera Flex 2.5" coil kits all the time with 35's and no rub at all.

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We install Tera Flex 2.5" coil kits all the time with 35's and no rub at all.

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Agreed.

The bumpstop extensions that come with the TF 2.5" are sufficient for 35" tires on wheels with 4.5" or less backspacing.


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