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Teraflex 2.50-Inch Coil Spring Base Suspension Lift Kit (18-24 2.0L or 3.6L Jeep Wrangler JL 4-Door, Excluding 4xe)

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      Video Review & Installation

      Merideth: If you're looking to fit that larger set of wheels and tires and create a better stance for your 2018 or newer 4-Door JL Wrangler, this Teraflex 2.5-Inch Coil Spring Base Suspension Lift Kit will be a great way to do it. Now, this will be a good option for the JL owner who wants a mild lift to fit up to a 37-inch tire to make the Jeep more capable off-road or if you just straight up want a more aggressive aesthetic. Now, this lift kit will specifically give you everything that you need to get the height while allowing you to choose the rest of the components that you want to pair with this like shocks and the track bar. As it says in the name, this will be a base lift which will feature the most important components to get you that height and accommodate for the height. Now, this will feature the front and rear springs, front and rear sway bar end links, and the bump stop extensions. Now, I would recommend looking for a shock to pair with this kit and a track bar or a track bar relocation bracket to accommodate that height and the actual pool from switching up the geometry however, there are many to choose from on the site. The springs will be high tensile in strength to reduce any springs sag and fatigue and are finely tuned for great handling and comfort. Now, the front and rear sway bar end links also measure to 10-3/4 inches and 11-1/2 inches while having a durable construction with reinforced handling. Now, the bump stop extensions and the strike pads will also be made of a heavy-duty plastic material so you can ensure that they will hold up for the long run. Now, both these springs and these sway bar end links will also have a nice black powder coat finish on top to hold up to the elements, especially with being mounted underneath the Jeep.Now, this kit will come in at right around the $625 mark making this pretty affordable compared to other kits. Now, usually, the rule of thumb is that the more components that a kit comes with and the more in-depth that kit is that's usually going to up that price point. Now, this again is going to be a base suspension keeping it affordable and allowing you to customize this and tune this to your specific needs without being locked into a specific kit. Now, it also allows you to build over time and with this kit, you'll get a lot of longevity from the quality components making it a great choice for your JL. Install will be three out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. So, I would recommend some mechanical experience for this and it should take about four hours to get the job done. Now, at this point, we can head over to the shop and check out a detailed breakdown of the install and what it looks like step by step. So, that's gonna wrap it up for me. Let's go ahead and jump into it.Man 1: Tools required for this install include an air gun, an impact gun, an 18-millimeter ratcheting wrench, a 14, 18, and 19-millimeter wrench, a few different size extensions, a ratchet, a clip removal tool, a couple of different size swivel adapters, a 10, 18, and 21-millimeter socket, a hammer, a pair of pliers, a 6-millimeter Allen wrench, a 6 and 8-millimeter Allen bit, and some pole jacks. What's up, guys? Today, we're installing a lift kit on a Wrangler. First, we're gonna watch a quick little uninstall video for how to remove our stock springs and I'll meet you right back here for the install.Man 2: So, now we're gonna move on to the front end the eagle-eyed viewers out there probably noticed that our JL is missing a front bumper. Now, all we did there is we took it off just so you can get a better idea of what we're doing from this angle. It makes things a little bit easier to see on video, you do not need to remove the bumper or splash guard even to get this installed. We just did it so you can see a little bit better. Now, with that being said, we're basically gonna do the same thing here, we have the Jeep up in the air, we got the wheels off we have our axle tubes supported with some pole jacks. And just like the rear, the first step we're gonna do is loosen up some of those brake line brackets with a 10-millimeter socket.So now we can start to work on the big stuff. We're gonna start with our sway bar which just like the rear is an 18 and then the lower shock mount, which is also an 18. Now, to get to the lower portion of that sway bar end link, I have the extension and a U joint, and an 18-millimeter socket. It is a little bit tough to get to. You can probably get it easier with a ratchet if you don't have this setup here.So now we're just gonna do the sway bar and lower shock mount for the other side. Next up, is a track bar that's held on with a 21-millimeter bolt, I have the same sort of setup I did for the sway bar end link, the extension, and the U joint. That one's a little bit tough to get at. If you do have trouble with that, you can always hit the other side, but that's gonna require a wrench. There's one more thing for us to do. There's two Christmas tree clips on this wire here on the passenger side. We're just gonna use a trim panel removal tool to get those out of the way.Now, we're just gonna lower the pole jacks and take the tension off the springs. I'm just trying to get as low as possible here and you can see me I'm checking these wires brake lines, this e-brake cable, and the brake lines over here and make sure I don't go too low and damage them. Now, we're just gonna work that spring out towards the lower control arm here behind the shock. Now, we're just gonna work out that isolator.Man 1: So now that we have our stock springs removed from the front, the last thing we need to do is fully remove our sway bar end link. So, we have an 18-millimeter nut on the back that we can grab an 18-millimeter ratcheting wrench to remove. And then we're also gonna put a 6-millimeter Allen bit onto our stud to prevent our ball joint from spinning. So, now we'll slide our 18-millimeter ratcheting wrench onto our nut, and get our 6-millimeter Allen wrench onto our stud, and we can break this nut loose. And then we can do that same thing on the other side. So now the first thing we're gonna do to install our new spring is replace our lower spring perch.So we can lift up on this to pop that out of place. And then we can grab the new one included in our kit, we have a little locating pin on the bottom that will match up to a hole. And we pop it in just like that, and now we can work on getting our spring. So now to install our spring we're gonna have to lower our axle quite a bit. So, before we do that, I'm just gonna pop off this breather hose here so that we don't put too much stress on it. So, you can get a pair of needle-nose pliers or regular pliers to pinch that hose clamp and then wiggle it off, just like that. And now we can begin to lower our axle to get our spring in. So now we can begin to lower down our pole jacks evenly at the same time so that we have enough room to get our new spring in. So now we're ready to install our spring. Now, the label is gonna be towards the top and then we also have to install our bump stop spacer at the bottom but we have to slide that inside of our spring now because we won't be able to do that once our springs is in place. Now, once we have our spring in on this side, we can do the same thing on the other side. Next, we can install our bolt to hold in our bump stop spacer. So, we have a nut that's going on the bottom side and then we have this little tool to get up in there to hold our nut. So, we'll pop that in. And then we'll grab a 6-millimeter Allen bit to tighten down our bolt. And then we'll do that same thing on the other side. So now we can install our new sway bar end links. Now, we have two different sizes in this kit, the shorter one is gonna be for the front and the longer it's gonna be for the rear. So, we'll pop our nut off, slide it in, reinstall our nut on the other side, and then we'll be using the same 18-millimeter ratcheting wrench and 6-millimeter Allen wrench to tighten this down. So, now we'll get that 18-millimeter ratcheting wrench and 6-millimeter Allen wrench to tighten this down. And then we'll do that same thing on the other side. So now I've raised our axle up a bit, but we're gonna finish raising it up so that we can get our lower shock mount into our bracket. And then we can grab our lower shock bolt, we can pull our shock the rest of the way down to get that in. And if you can't push it all the way through, you can grab a rubber mallet or a hammer just to tap it the rest of the way. And then we'll reinstall our nut on the backside. And then we can grab our 18-millimeter wrench for our nut side and our 18-millimeter socket on our bolt side and tighten that down. And then we'll do that same thing on the other side.And now we can reinstall our factory bolt for the bottom of our sway bar end link. And then once again, we'll be using our 18-millimeter socket and 18-millimeter wrench to tighten this down. And then we'll do that same thing on the other side. Now, we can reinstall our breather hose onto our nipple. So, we'll get it started, and then grab a pair of pliers, and slide that on. Next, we can reinstall our brake line bracket. So, we'll pull that bolt back out of our hole, slide our bracket back into place, and get our bolt started a couple of threads and then we'll grab our 10-millimeter socket to tighten that down. And then we'll do that same thing on the other side. Next, we can come back over to our front axle module on our passenger side and reconnect our harness as well as our two tree clips.Man 2: So, we're gonna start our installation at the rear and the first step obviously, get your Jeep in the air, get all the wheels off it, and get that axle tube supported. Now, like I said, this is going to be just as hard as removing a spring, so we're gonna have to drop that rear axle tube. As we're doing that we don't want to stress these brake lines here. So, the first step of the install is actually going to be to loosen up that bracket holding that on to make sure we don't stress those lines. It's held on with a 10-millimeter bolt. And do the same thing for the other side. Just to keep those handy, I'm gonna thread them right back in.With the brake line brackets removed, we can further prepare to drop that axle tube. We're gonna remove the bottom of the shock mount and also the bottom of the sway bar end link on both sides. It's all held on with 18-millimeter hardware. And with the shock out, that'll give us easy access to this side of the sway bar end link. Now, we're gonna drop our track bar from the axle side with a 21-millimeter socket. So, now we have all of the big stuff out of the way, there's one more thing we have to hit before we start lowering our axle here to get the springs out and that is our e-brake cable bracket. That's way up in there we got the extension on the impact gun here and a 13-millimeter socket to drop that out. Now, we're gonna lower those pole jacks release the tension on the springs, and pull them out.Man 1: So, last thing we need to do on our rear end is remove our sway bar end link. So, we'll take an 18-millimeter ratcheting wrench on our nut and a 6-millimeter Allen wrench in the stud to prevent our ball joint from spinning. And then we can fully remove our nut and slide our end link out of the way. Now, once we have our end link fully removed on the driver's side, we can do that same thing on the passenger. So, now we're ready to install our new rear springs. So, we're gonna get our rubber isolator from the top of our factory spring and slide that on, and then we can slide this up into place we can pull down on the axle a little bit to get the clearance we need to get our spring seated.So, now you can grab a buddy to help you pull down on the axle a little bit to get the remaining clearance that you need to pop that spring into place. And then once we have our spring seated on the side, we'll do the same thing on the other side. So now we can finish raising up our axle tubes so that we can get our lower shock bolt into our shock mount. So, pop that out of the bottom of our shock. Then we can pull down on our shock to get that the rest of the way and feed our bolt through, get our nut on the other side. And then we can grab our 18-millimeter socket and 18-millimeter wrench to tighten this down.So now, we're ready to install our new sway bar end links. Now, our ball joint is going to go at the bottom. So, we'll remove that nut. So, now we're gonna slide this in behind our brake lines and through our lower mount, and then we can get our nut on the backside. And then at the top, we're gonna be installing the hardware that came with our kit. So, we'll slot or bolt through and then get our nut on the backside. And at the top, we're gonna be tightening that down with an 8-millimeter Allen bit and a 19-millimeter wrench. And then on the bottom, we can get an 18-millimeter ratcheting wrench as well as a 6-millimeter Allen wrench, and tighten that down. And then we can do that same thing on the other side.Next, we can install our bump stop spacer. Now, we're gonna be using the inside set of holes. We'll raise that up and put our button head bolt through the top and then get our nut on the bottom. And the same thing on the backside. And then we can get our 6-millimeter Allen bit for a bolt and a 14-millimeter wrench for our nut to tighten that down. And now we can install our actual spacer. So, we're gonna take our threaded plate and slide that in. And now we can thread our bolts through our lower bracket and into our plate. And then we'll take our 8-millimeter Allen bit to tighten those down. And then we can do that same thing on the other side.So, now the last thing we have to do to button up our rear is go back and reinstall our brake line bracket. So, we'll pull that bolt back out slide that into place, and then we can tighten that back down with our 10-millimeter socket. And we'll do that same thing on the other side. So, now we're ready to reinstall our track bar bolt. So you're gonna have a buddy in the driver's seat that can turn the wheel back and forth. Go back a little bit. And then we can get it to line up, and we'll put our nut on the backside. And now once we have our bolt threaded into our nut plate, we can tighten that town with our 21-millimeter socket. So, now with the front and rear wrapped up, we've got the Jeep back on the ground back on wheels and tires, and we can go back to the front and install our track bar bolt. So that'll wrap up this review and install the Teraflex 2.5-Inch Coil Spring Base Suspension Lift Kit for your 2018 and newer Jeep Wrangler JL 4-Door. Thank you for watching. And for all things Wrangler, keep it right here at extremeterrain.com.

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation

      Features & Specs

      • Coil Spring Base Suspension Lift Kit
      • Provides 2.50-Inch Lift Height
      • Offers Reinforced Stance and Improved Ground Clearance
      • With 2.50-Inch Lift Coil Springs
      • Front and Rear Sway Bar Links Measuring 10.75 and 11.50 Inches
      • Accommodates Up to 37-Inch Tires
      • Installation Requires Mechanical Expertise
      • Carries a Limited Lifetime Warranty
      • Fits 2018-2024 2.0L or 3.6L Jeep Wrangler JL 4-Doors, Excluding 4xe Models

      Description

      Bolder Off-Roading. Reinforce your Jeep Wrangler’s off-roading capability by installing this Teraflex 2.50-Inch Coil Spring Base Suspension Lift Kit. It is specifically engineered to provide unmatched handling with the increased ground clearance. Using this suspension upgrade transforms your 4-door JL with an aggressive stance and improved off-road performance.

      Comfortable Ride Quality. Built for optimum performance, the Lift Coil Springs in this suspension lift kit exhibits high tensile strength to reduce spring sag and fatigue. These springs feature extensive rate tuning and dynamic balance to give you exceptional handling and comfort on and off the road. Moreover, these are covered in a black powder-coated finish for superior protection from harsh outdoor elements.

      Better Control. This suspension lift kit includes 11.50-inch rear sway bar links for reinforced handling. These components offer improved cornering with optimum articulation to prevent body roll when turning or when driving over large bumps. These sway bar end links come in a protective black powder coating for longer service life.

      Professional Bolt-On Installation. This Base Lift Kit is designed as a complete bolt-on upgrade. It reuses the factory mounting locations on your JL’s suspension system and includes all the necessary hardware. The installation process completes with mechanical expertise required.

      Lifetime Warranty. Teraflex backs this base suspension lift kit with a limited lifetime warranty that covers factory defects in workmanship and materials. This warranty comes with exclusions; please check the full warranty for complete details.

      Application. This Teraflex 2.50-Inch Coil Spring Base Suspension Lift Kit fits all 2018-2024 2.0L or 3.6L Jeep Wrangler JL 4-Doors, Excluding 4xe Models.

      Application Note. Teraflex recommends using longer shock absorbers with this Base Suspension Lift Kit. Moreover, JL models with plastic bumpers require removal of bumper-to-fender wind deflector/splash guards to accommodate 35-inch or larger tires.

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      Details

      Teraflex 1354200

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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (2) Front Coil Springs
      • (2) Rear Coil Springs
      • (2) Rear Bump Stop Brackets
      • (2) Rear Bump Stop Mounting Strap
      • (1) Front Sway Bar Quick Disconnect
      • (2) Rear Sway Bar Links
      • Installation Hardware
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