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Running 33 x 10 KM2's, wanting 2" spring lift - 2 door

I just put on some 255/80/17 KM2's (33.3x10x17). I tow and drive a lot so I didn't want to go any bigger. I was going to get a 2.5" budget boost but really want to get a spring lift. It seems like all the 2" or 2.5" spring lifts lift a 2 door a lot higher.

Are there any spring lifts out there that give a true 2" or 2.5" max on a 2 door?

I am running stock bumpers and no winch and no backseat, so it is a pretty light jeep; just a full set of River Raider skids.

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post #2 of 9 Old 05-17-2011, 06:07 PM
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Go with some 19/60 Springs and mabey some 3/4 or 1" pucks as well to achieve your goal. It wont flex the greatest but if you get a good set of shocks along with that it will be lifted and ride much better that stock. I'm assuming you have a sport by the way.
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Nope, have a Rubicon.

BTW reading the Teraflex 2.5" spring lift thread, it looks like that lift won't work with my stock wheels? What rubs? How is it an issue with their spring lift but not their budget boost?


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heres the 2" kit from rustys offroad. ride is great. and im running 35s with cut flares.

http://rustysoffroad.com/mm5/merchan...ry_Code=JKKITS

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Rock Krawler 2.5" stock mod kit is sweet. Combined with Bilstein shocks it rides better than stock. Added PSC crushers flares and it fits 37's. Yahoo!
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Nope, have a Rubicon.

BTW reading the Teraflex 2.5" spring lift thread, it looks like that lift won't work with my stock wheels? What rubs? How is it an issue with their spring lift but not their budget boost?
Why dont you just throw some 2" spacers in there? Are you dead set on having a spring lift?? Just a thought.
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Teraflex now sells a 1.5" coil-spring leveling kit #1351500

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Why dont you just throw some 2" spacers in there? Are you dead set on having a spring lift?? Just a thought.
No that's what my buddy runs, but just exploring my options.

Actually after doing some reading I think I am going to get some 19 and 60 Mopar coils and see if I can't gain an 1.5" and call it a day.


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No that's what my buddy runs, but just exploring my options.

Actually after doing some reading I think I am going to get some 19 and 60 Mopar coils and see if I can't gain an 1.5" and call it a day.
my wifes JK is running my old factory springs, 1.75 spacers and 35" and the spacers were not "needed" it just looks right.
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