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post #1 of 8 Old 01-20-2014, 07:20 PM Thread Starter
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Thinking about purchasing teraflex revolver shackles, but I'm not sure if they're worth it. Does anyone have any or has anyone tried them out? If so can someone tell me if they are worth it? Do they improve the way your jeep rides and flexes? Any help would be much appreciated before I throw away 248$

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post #2 of 8 Old 01-20-2014, 07:27 PM
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post #3 of 8 Old 01-20-2014, 07:34 PM
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I would spend that $250 on something else.

Locker
Shocks
Maintinence
Etc.

I'm not a fan of them. Some people like them. You can get all the usuable flex you need with a regular shackle.

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I would spend that $250 on something else. Locker Shocks Maintinence Etc. I'm not a fan of them. Some people like them. You can get all the usuable flex you need with a regular shackle.
I live and wheel in Florida so I've never touched a rock or flexed out but my jeep is also my daily driver and the leaf springs are pretty rough on bumps I'm just wondering if they would soften my ride
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Thank you! That actually did help a little
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They won't soften the ride. They only take the twist out of a highly arched spring during flex. That's it.

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I live and wheel in Florida so I've never touched a rock or flexed out but my jeep is also my daily driver and the leaf springs are pretty rough on bumps I'm just wondering if they would soften my ride
What leafs and lift?
What shocks?
What are your spring and shackle bolts torqued to?
What tires and tire pressure do you run?

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They won't soften the ride. They only take the twist out of a highly arched spring during flex. That's it.
That probably just settled this whole thing! Thank you!!
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