Word has it that for 2012 an exhaust spacer is required when going with a 3.5" or taller lift.. Who makes these exhaust spacers?..
looks to me unless you have a Teraflex kit, you should be ok. Who ever makes the lift you are getting, call that company to verify. But in all honesty I would not pay $60 for that.Word has it that for 2012 an exhaust spacer is required when going with a 3.5" or taller lift.. Who makes these exhaust spacers?..
thanks for the clarification. Just finished watching. I gotta say, kinda looks like a joke to me. $60 for that plus labor cost that a lot of people will have to pay because they can't diy. So they are going to nail you up for $60 + labor for a part that is a temporary fix.It's not just a Teraflex suspension thing. Watch the video on Teraflexes website. It explains what they are for pretty clearly.
Basically, the driveshaft doesn't have to droop much before it contacts the exhaust. The exhaust spacers move the crossover tube towards the back of the jeep creating much needed clearance.
How do you figure it doesn't work? It outs the crossover where the older ones were which many people run more than 3.5 inch lifts.The teraflex exhaust spacers don't work with a 3.5" lift unless you want to purchase an after market driveshaft as well. The afe pipe moves the exhaust out of the way of the driveshaft. No noticeable loss in power and no change in sound.
Manual or auto? That's interestingActually the teraflex spacers just push the crossover back a couple inches towards the rear of the vehicle but not enough for a 3.5" lift. Unfortunately I know because i bought the spacers and found out that before I get to full droop my drive shaft is hitting the exhaust. teraflex has replied to a thread on another forum that anything over 2.5 " will need a different driveshaft even when using their spacers.