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post #1 of 3 Old 03-18-2016, 08:50 PM Thread Starter
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Leveling kit and diconnecting

Hi All,

Getting ready to spend some cash on my 2013 4 door Sahara and wanted to run it by you all to see if I am going to cause problems.

Here are my plans:

285/75r16 Duratracs - will not be going to 35s
Pro comp 7069 - 4 inch backspacing
Teraflex leveling kit - could do spacer or spring

The questions I have are:

Will I rub at full flex with this setup when disconnected?

If I would rub when disconnected, what are feasible fixes/mods that can be done to prevent rubbing?

I would like to stay as close to stock as possible and want to go with the leveling kit over a 2.5 lift. I think the 2.5 and 33s on a 4 door doesn't look right.

Any help/input/suggestions are greatly appreciated. You saving me cash and headaches is even more appreciated!
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I have a 2 door, but I run 285 75 17's on stock wheels.
Very minor lift, (17/59's netted be about 1 inch front and rear)

Zero rubbing in the rear, rubbing in the front only when turning at full lock, both slightly on the sway bar and tire tread on frame.
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post #3 of 3 Old 04-01-2016, 08:42 AM
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I attached a few pics, for reference.
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