TeraFlex has the perfect solution to level your JK if it is dipping in the front or to restore front height after adding a Winch, sagging, or to level out the factory vehicle stance which sets the front lower than the rear. These spacers are designed to work in stock configuration, or with a lifted vehicle.
These spacers are sold as a pair and will fit both 2 door JK Wranglers and 4 door JK Unlimiteds, and all JK Rubicon models.
if you're really in that boat... the springs are the route to go for sure.Sweet thanks.... Yea im running a 3" lift and 1" body with cut fenders so im planing to bump up to 37's on the next tire change and i want the front end sag fixed first so idk, puck or 4" springs?
yeah, you have the COIL and shock lift - comes with higher rated coils to prevent sag, the pucks are just to level you out NOT to make up for a couple of inches of sag due to more weight than the the springs were meant to handle.I went with Teraflex level lift (1" pucks). With my bumper (RR XHD w/ stinger) and winch (Superwinch 8500lb, forgot model #) I still have a little rake but less than I did from the factory w/o any mods. As far as suspension travel goes: I'm running 35's with a 2.5" Procomp coil/shock lift... after the pucks I can still rub my fender bracket (the stock fenders are cut) at the limit of my uptravel and my downtravel is limited by my shock at the same point it would stop with or without a puck, so with my particular setup I don't think the puck affects suspension travel.
Oh and by the way Teraflex is here and offers us a discount.
Makes sense to me thanks for the clarification!yeah, you have the COIL and shock lift - comes with higher rated coils to prevent sag, the pucks are just to level you out NOT to make up for a couple of inches of sag due to more weight than the the springs were meant to handle.
Most lifts use springs that are rated to handle the extra weight of bumpers/winches/tire carriers and still maintain the factory rake.
it generally takes about 1.75-2" to level the rake.
your coils took care of your sag and the pucks took care of some of your rake.