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Unread 06-01-2013, 02:42 PM   #1
mwood5
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Installed TF Leveling Kit Today On My 2010 JKU

Of course with the kids and other things I was trying to do, I didn't get a before measurement, but here's what I have afterwards. Oh, it's got the 18/59 spring combo and factory shocks. Also, have my stock wheel/tire set (for another few days) with 40K miles on them, so the tires are getting a bit worn. From the ground to middle of the fenders:
37.5 front
37 rear

This is cool as I'm sure once I get the winch mounted...again, in a few days...that'll take that other 1/4"-1/2" away.

The job wasn't too bad. I was fighting with tools and my sorry electrical in garage that made my compressor useless. I kept tripping the fuse.

later,

mike

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Unread 06-01-2013, 05:11 PM   #2
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Wondering why you picked the TF leveling kit over others?
Have almost 42k miles on the stock tires now; have a little more to wear before I want to fit 285/70/17 on the stock rims.
Since it is mostly a DD but does get beach use in the summer, I am always looking for more opinions before I chose which lift.
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Unread 06-01-2013, 05:16 PM   #3
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Wondering why you picked the TF leveling kit over others?
Have almost 42k miles on the stock tires now; have a little more to wear before I want to fit 285/70/17 on the stock rims.
Since it is mostly a DD but does get beach use in the summer, I am always looking for more opinions before I chose which lift.
The TF always got great reviews on every forum and its only $130. How can you beat that? I'm going with the same size tires as mines a DD and I don't want to regear.
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Unread 06-01-2013, 05:19 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by jabsther
Wondering why you picked the TF leveling kit over others?
Have almost 42k miles on the stock tires now; have a little more to wear before I want to fit 285/70/17 on the stock rims.
Since it is mostly a DD but does get beach use in the summer, I am always looking for more opinions before I chose which lift.
Als was going to use stock wheels, but when you add $200+ for the spacers it just made more sense to put wheels with the proper back spacing on as well. 5 pro comps are $400 now on sale. That's too good to pass up.
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Unread 06-01-2013, 05:48 PM   #5
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The rims that I do like are AEV Pintlers. Maybe I can find other rims that I like that are cheaper.
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