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Unread 04-06-2012, 04:54 PM   #1
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3.25" and vibes...

had a 2 inch lift with 1.25 leveling spacers in front (forgot to take the existing stock spacer out.. woops!) so i decided to add a 1.25 spacer to the rear to make it match. now im at 3.25'' all around and got some vibes. nothing major but def. noticeable. I didnt think i would have to drop the TC with only 3.25 inches but is that what i need to do or is there another way around the TC drop (beside a SYE)? and how "harmful" are the vibrations to my jeep? is it okay to ride around with them for a week or two before attending to them? thanks!

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