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Crown 1.75" Spacer Kit JK2SP

Anyone install a Crown 1.75" Spacer Kit? What's​ the good, bad, and ugly?

Cheaper option over Teraflex to accomplish the same goal.



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nope . Looks like you just aren't getting the teraflex endlinks ,which is no big loss( crappy)
Just use a fair amount of super lube between rubber bushing and the lower drop brackets for the swaybar or it'll squeak you insane.
you can also get some of these el cheapo shock extenders from eBay to eek out an extra inch or so from the stock shocks but make sure to bump-stop appropriately .

Personally, I would save and get coils .



(edit: I would point out that I no way endorse nor recommend use of such components to actually take a Jeep offroad. You may do so but cheap parts will wear out if used for extreme driving conditions off road. I was just answering wi other , affordable solutions to the OPs info seeking endeavor. )


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nope . Looks like you just aren't getting the teraflex endlinks ,which is no big loss( crappy)
Just use a fair amount of super lube between rubber bushing and the lower drop brackets for the swaybar or it'll squeak you insane.
you can also get some of these el cheapo shock extenders from eBay to eek out an extra inch or so from the stock shocks but make sure to bump-stop appropriately .

Personally, I would save and get coils .



(edit: I would point out that I no way endorse nor recommend use of such components to actually take a Jeep offroad. You may do so but cheap parts will wear out if used for extreme driving conditions off road. I was just answering wi other , affordable solutions to the OPs info seeking endeavor. )
I'm just looking for a cheap option to roll 33's until I get a real lift. Thanks for the reply.


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