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SarOpsSix 06-15-2013 07:21 AM

Dont know what everyone was talking about Teraflex lift went on no issues
 
Well just want to say I did put on the teraflex boost lift. Product went on with no real issues. lifted my jeep and fix my tire issue with rubbing. I now have plenty of room for my 255/70/16 Infact i have more room now. Wishing i went a tad bigger lol. I will send in pics when I can.

tommudd 06-15-2013 07:30 AM

Its not that it is hard to install, its the fact its junk and will make the UCAs wear out faster, doesn't have a good ride etc
We do know what we are talking about since a lot of us have been working on these setups for years now
But do enjoy it while you can:laugh:

SarOpsSix 06-15-2013 11:25 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tommudd (Post 15564043)
Its not that it is hard to install, its the fact its junk and will make the UCAs wear out faster, doesn't have a good ride etc
We do know what we are talking about since a lot of us have been working on these setups for years now
But do enjoy it while you can:laugh:

Good ride its a jeep not a bmw. I have had 2 wranglers in 10 years and it drives fine to me but then again im use to it. Not looking for a comfort ride would have bought a luxury vechile

MtBJet 06-15-2013 02:50 PM

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Originally Posted by SarOpsSix

Good ride its a jeep not a bmw. I have had 2 wranglers in 10 years and it drives fine to me but then again im use to it. Not looking for a comfort ride would have bought a luxury vechile

I think what he's saying is that the stock Liberty suspension is already very soft and raising that will simply maintain that already soft ride but make it higher... IMO, a little more dangerous as well if you need to maneuver quickly for anything.

tommudd 06-17-2013 04:50 PM

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