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Teraflex 1.5 in. Spacer Leveling Kit (07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK)

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    Features, Video & Details

    • Leveling Kit
    • 2 Inch Front Lift, 1 Inch Rear Lift
    • Max Tire Size: 33 Inches
    • Front Swaybar Links Included
    • Zerk Fittings on Heim Joints
    • Fits 2007-2018 Wrangler JK Models

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    0:00:01.140,0:00:04.230 hey what's up guys running in from 0:00:02.820,0:00:06.090 extreme terrain and today I'm here with 0:00:04.230,0:00:09.059 the Teraflex one and a half inch spacer 0:00:06.090,0:00:11.400 leveling kit fitting here 2007 to 2018 0:00:09.059,0:00:13.200 Jeep Wrangler JK now this is gonna be 0:00:11.400,0:00:15.089 for those of you JK owners that are just 0:00:13.200,0:00:16.740 looking to gain some additional ground 0:00:15.089,0:00:18.720 clearance and of course level out that 0:00:16.740,0:00:20.400 stance now spacer lift kits are great 0:00:18.720,0:00:21.840 because they're a very affordable option 0:00:20.400,0:00:23.760 you don't have to shell out all of that 0:00:21.840,0:00:25.350 money for a full-blown lift kit maybe 0:00:23.760,0:00:27.030 you're just looking for some additional 0:00:25.350,0:00:29.040 ground clearance and level out that 0:00:27.030,0:00:30.840 stance or if you just want something for 0:00:29.040,0:00:32.850 now that way you can save up some money 0:00:30.840,0:00:33.540 for that badass lift kit later on down 0:00:32.850,0:00:34.770 the road 0:00:33.540,0:00:36.360 now this spacer lift kit is pretty 0:00:34.770,0:00:37.770 unique when compared to other options 0:00:36.360,0:00:40.290 and one of the nice things that I like 0:00:37.770,0:00:41.760 about it is that it gives you options so 0:00:40.290,0:00:43.680 this kit is gonna come with a warning 0:00:41.760,0:00:45.720 spacer for the rear and it's gonna come 0:00:43.680,0:00:47.700 with two one inch spacers for the front 0:00:45.720,0:00:49.739 so your Jeep is gonna have that factory 0:00:47.700,0:00:51.630 rake from the factory and that's gonna 0:00:49.739,0:00:53.160 give it that nose-down look now some of 0:00:51.630,0:00:54.899 you are a fan of that you want to retain 0:00:53.160,0:00:56.550 that and if you do want to retain that 0:00:54.899,0:00:58.350 that you just put one spacer up front 0:00:56.550,0:00:59.880 and that spacer in the rear and that's 0:00:58.350,0:01:01.410 just gonna raise the whole vehicle one 0:00:59.880,0:01:03.180 inch if you want to level out that 0:01:01.410,0:01:05.129 stance you stack both of those spacers 0:01:03.180,0:01:06.630 on the front like we did and that's 0:01:05.129,0:01:08.280 gonna give you two inches in the front 0:01:06.630,0:01:09.900 it's gonna help level it out get rid of 0:01:08.280,0:01:11.490 that factory rake and of course the 0:01:09.900,0:01:12.210 whole entire time you are gaining some 0:01:11.490,0:01:13.799 ground clearance 0:01:12.210,0:01:15.330 this kit is coming in right around a 0:01:13.799,0:01:16.920 hundred and eighty dollars which i think 0:01:15.330,0:01:18.060 is pretty reasonable considering what 0:01:16.920,0:01:19.920 you're getting some of those other 0:01:18.060,0:01:21.360 spacer lift kits out there they're just 0:01:19.920,0:01:22.770 gonna come with the spacers they're 0:01:21.360,0:01:25.080 gonna cost right around the same amount 0:01:22.770,0:01:26.970 and tear flex even throws in some front 0:01:25.080,0:01:28.560 end sway bar end links now these sway 0:01:26.970,0:01:30.390 bar end links are a heavy duty design 0:01:28.560,0:01:32.250 they're gonna have a heim joint at one 0:01:30.390,0:01:33.780 end and that hime join us even crease 0:01:32.250,0:01:35.670 Bowl allowing you to grease that thing 0:01:33.780,0:01:37.170 and maintain it properly now these 0:01:35.670,0:01:38.610 spacers are gonna install right on top 0:01:37.170,0:01:39.810 of your factory Springs and that's one 0:01:38.610,0:01:41.250 of the nice things that I like along 0:01:39.810,0:01:42.930 with being very affordable you're gonna 0:01:41.250,0:01:44.189 maintain that ride quality you're not 0:01:42.930,0:01:46.049 really gonna change it up with brand new 0:01:44.189,0:01:47.549 springs and shocks and that's one of the 0:01:46.049,0:01:49.259 nice things that I like about this kit 0:01:47.549,0:01:50.520 these are gonna attach directly on top 0:01:49.259,0:01:52.530 of the springs you're going to utilize 0:01:50.520,0:01:54.299 those factory Springs and those factory 0:01:52.530,0:01:56.490 shocks and that's gonna maintain that 0:01:54.299,0:01:58.049 factory ride quality now Tara flex makes 0:01:56.490,0:01:59.970 these spacers from a heavy-duty 0:01:58.049,0:02:01.350 polyurethane so they're gonna stand up 0:01:59.970,0:02:03.270 over the test of time they're not really 0:02:01.350,0:02:05.759 gonna fade crack break down over time 0:02:03.270,0:02:07.140 this kit is relatively easy to install 0:02:05.759,0:02:08.640 there's not really many parts that we 0:02:07.140,0:02:10.830 need to swap out this is a pretty basic 0:02:08.640,0:02:12.239 kit because it's just adding spacers in 0:02:10.830,0:02:13.410 this front end sway bar end links of 0:02:12.239,0:02:14.670 course you need to take apart the whole 0:02:13.410,0:02:16.800 entire suspension so it 0:02:14.670,0:02:18.300 that is gonna add a little more work to 0:02:16.800,0:02:20.370 the whole complete system but overall 0:02:18.300,0:02:21.810 it's a pretty basic kid now adding this 0:02:20.370,0:02:23.310 leveling kit to your Wrangler you're 0:02:21.810,0:02:24.840 gonna be able to fit a little bit larger 0:02:23.310,0:02:27.420 of a tire you'll be able to run up to a 0:02:24.840,0:02:29.010 33 inch tire you're using this factory 0:02:27.420,0:02:30.540 wheels depending on the width of the 0:02:29.010,0:02:32.550 tire you want to add a little bit of a 0:02:30.540,0:02:34.110 spacer about a 1 and 1/2 inch but if 0:02:32.550,0:02:35.550 you're using aftermarket wheels you want 0:02:34.110,0:02:37.319 to backspacing them at least four and a 0:02:35.550,0:02:39.090 half inches so like I said this is a 0:02:37.319,0:02:40.980 pretty easy kit to install this just is 0:02:39.090,0:02:42.750 going to include spacers and this front 0:02:40.980,0:02:44.400 end sway bar links as far as insulation 0:02:42.750,0:02:45.870 I'm gonna give it about a two out of 0:02:44.400,0:02:48.330 three wrenches on the difficulty meter 0:02:45.870,0:02:50.400 expect to get this done in about 4 hours 0:02:48.330,0:02:52.410 depending on how rusty your hardware is 0:02:50.400,0:02:54.060 and you can do all this just using basic 0:02:52.410,0:02:56.010 hand tools now with that being said the 0:02:54.060,0:02:58.650 topping or install tools we use for this 0:02:56.010,0:03:02.420 install 3/8 drive impact 1/2 inch drive 0:02:58.650,0:03:05.549 impact 3/8 drive ratchet deadblow hammer 0:03:02.420,0:03:08.280 trim panel removal tool 20 millimeter 0:03:05.549,0:03:10.049 socket 19 millimeter socket 18 0:03:08.280,0:03:14.040 millimeter socket 10 millimeter socket 0:03:10.049,0:03:19.170 pliers socket extension quarter inch 0:03:14.040,0:03:21.480 allen 19 millimeter wrench 18 17 16 3/8 0:03:19.170,0:03:23.760 wrench rest busting lubricant and if you 0:03:21.480,0:03:25.380 decide to go that route a ratchet strap 0:03:23.760,0:03:27.120 alright guys so the first thing you're 0:03:25.380,0:03:28.680 gonna do after ye your Jeep up in the 0:03:27.120,0:03:29.760 air and you support your axle with pole 0:03:28.680,0:03:32.160 Jack's if you're doing this on the 0:03:29.760,0:03:33.959 ground you'll need a set of jack stands 0:03:32.160,0:03:35.190 and a floor jack we've got our axle 0:03:33.959,0:03:37.620 supported so we're gonna take out our 0:03:35.190,0:03:39.750 track bar bolt it's gonna be that 21 0:03:37.620,0:03:42.600 millimeter pull right here on the axle 0:03:39.750,0:03:44.250 side and you guys can disconnect this 0:03:42.600,0:03:48.720 with the vehicle on the ground if you 0:03:44.250,0:03:50.730 want to next we're gonna work on getting 0:03:48.720,0:03:52.500 our sway bar end links we're gonna take 0:03:50.730,0:03:54.959 these front ones completely off it'll be 0:03:52.500,0:03:59.660 a good idea to spray this stuff just a 0:03:54.959,0:03:59.660 little bit since it's old rusty 0:04:01.150,0:04:04.490 so for the top we're gonna use a 19 0:04:03.380,0:04:06.230 millimeter wrench you want to wiggle 0:04:04.490,0:04:07.550 that on the backside and then for the 0:04:06.230,0:04:12.140 nut we're gonna use an 18 millimeter 0:04:07.550,0:04:13.670 socket so for the bottom you're gonna 0:04:12.140,0:04:19.489 need an 18 millimeter wrench and a 0:04:13.670,0:04:20.780 socket all right and then after you do 0:04:19.489,0:04:22.970 that you do the same thing on the other 0:04:20.780,0:04:24.410 side to get the other one off so next 0:04:22.970,0:04:26.150 we're work on getting these shocks out 0:04:24.410,0:04:27.260 not only do we need to get those out to 0:04:26.150,0:04:29.360 lower the axe of them but we have a 0:04:27.260,0:04:30.889 brake line bracket back here right 0:04:29.360,0:04:32.630 behind it that we need to take off so 0:04:30.889,0:04:35.780 we're gonna use an 18 millimeter socket 0:04:32.630,0:04:44.180 and a wrench on this lower bolt to get 0:04:35.780,0:04:44.960 this off so we have that hardware all 0:04:44.180,0:04:46.310 right so while we're here we're gonna 0:04:44.960,0:04:47.540 grab a ten millimeter we're gonna take 0:04:46.310,0:04:53.180 this bolt out on the side of this 0:04:47.540,0:04:54.560 bracket once we get that out we're just 0:04:53.180,0:04:56.540 gonna pull out that one side and you can 0:04:54.560,0:04:57.650 just free up that bracket stuff to give 0:04:56.540,0:04:58.940 the bottom of the shock out and the 0:04:57.650,0:05:00.979 bracket you can do the same thing on the 0:04:58.940,0:05:02.210 other side now before we lower the axle 0:05:00.979,0:05:03.800 down we have one more thing that we need 0:05:02.210,0:05:05.270 to get out they have to get this axle 0:05:03.800,0:05:07.340 tube vent hose all you have to do is 0:05:05.270,0:05:08.990 just grab onto that pull it towards the 0:05:07.340,0:05:10.550 back of the Jeep that's gonna pop off 0:05:08.990,0:05:11.960 all right so next we're going to lower 0:05:10.550,0:05:16.430 our axle down I'm gonna raise the Jeep 0:05:11.960,0:05:18.229 up on the lift so to get the springs out 0:05:16.430,0:05:21.010 just push it up and off up the bottom 0:05:18.229,0:05:23.330 and I'm going to swing that sway bar way 0:05:21.010,0:05:25.550 then we're just gonna wiggle it off of 0:05:23.330,0:05:32.120 the upper spring perch and that bump 0:05:25.550,0:05:33.650 stop now after you get the spring out 0:05:32.120,0:05:35.120 we're gonna pull out the spring isolator 0:05:33.650,0:05:37.490 this is gonna be this little donut at 0:05:35.120,0:05:40.700 the top here you just want to free that 0:05:37.490,0:05:42.229 up pull that down that way we can stack 0:05:40.700,0:05:43.850 this on top of the spacers that we're 0:05:42.229,0:05:45.020 gonna shove up in there alright guys so 0:05:43.850,0:05:46.010 now we got the front toward port what 0:05:45.020,0:05:47.450 we're gonna do we're gonna start putting 0:05:46.010,0:05:49.130 it back together then you're gonna have 0:05:47.450,0:05:50.419 these two individual spacers are gonna 0:05:49.130,0:05:52.010 look like this you just want to stack 0:05:50.419,0:05:53.479 them on top of each other when we're 0:05:52.010,0:05:54.740 gonna do it slide them up over the bump 0:05:53.479,0:05:56.539 stop and you're going to take that 0:05:54.740,0:05:58.700 rubber isolator that factory one that we 0:05:56.539,0:06:00.380 pull it out slide that up make that nice 0:05:58.700,0:06:02.450 and tight now we're gonna reinstall this 0:06:00.380,0:06:04.400 spring so you may need to drop your axle 0:06:02.450,0:06:05.890 just a little bit more to get this in 0:06:04.400,0:06:07.380 I'm actually gonna come around the front 0:06:05.890,0:06:09.520 push 0:06:07.380,0:06:12.280 swaybar up in the air to get it out of 0:06:09.520,0:06:18.340 my way make sure you put the small end 0:06:12.280,0:06:19.930 at the top get it over there now you're 0:06:18.340,0:06:21.370 gonna have a spring stop right here so 0:06:19.930,0:06:23.170 you want to just clock this spring make 0:06:21.370,0:06:24.580 sure that it stops on that after that 0:06:23.170,0:06:26.920 you can raise the axle up just a little 0:06:24.580,0:06:28.720 bit and just put tension on the spring 0:06:26.920,0:06:30.520 and we want to do the same thing on the 0:06:28.720,0:06:31.870 other side once you got both Springs in 0:06:30.520,0:06:32.860 and the spacers we're gonna lower back 0:06:31.870,0:06:34.450 down and we'll start putting everything 0:06:32.860,0:06:36.190 back together all right guys so before 0:06:34.450,0:06:37.450 we put this shocks back in what we're 0:06:36.190,0:06:39.070 gonna do we're gonna put this brake line 0:06:37.450,0:06:41.410 bracket on because we need to get it in 0:06:39.070,0:06:42.820 before we get the bottom of shocks on so 0:06:41.410,0:06:46.150 you're gonna have to poke the one in 0:06:42.820,0:06:47.350 back into the slot in the bracket it's 0:06:46.150,0:06:50.220 once you get that bracket in we're just 0:06:47.350,0:06:52.090 going to put that factory bolt back in 0:06:50.220,0:06:58.060 start it would take a 10 millimeter 0:06:52.090,0:06:59.020 socket we'll tighten it up next thing I 0:06:58.060,0:07:00.670 want to do we're going to assemble the 0:06:59.020,0:07:02.020 sway bar end links that we get for the 0:07:00.670,0:07:03.640 front so you're gonna have this sleeve 0:07:02.020,0:07:04.930 that comes on the hardware package all 0:07:03.640,0:07:05.770 we have to do is press that in there so 0:07:04.930,0:07:07.480 what you want to do is just take some 0:07:05.770,0:07:09.190 grease put it inside of this hole right 0:07:07.480,0:07:10.930 there we're gonna go over to our Vice 0:07:09.190,0:07:13.150 what we're gonna do is we're just going 0:07:10.930,0:07:16.870 to clamp this baby down and then squeeze 0:07:13.150,0:07:20.590 it in there so ever so gently just press 0:07:16.870,0:07:22.000 it in there and then while we have it 0:07:20.590,0:07:23.980 we're gonna install the grease fitting 0:07:22.000,0:07:24.790 so what we're gonna do we're just going 0:07:23.980,0:07:32.560 to take these 0:07:24.790,0:07:34.510 I just want to thread them in alright 0:07:32.560,0:07:36.910 once you get it started we'll take a 3/8 0:07:34.510,0:07:38.200 inch wrench and we'll just twist that 0:07:36.910,0:07:40.290 all the way around until we tighten it 0:07:38.200,0:07:40.290 up 0:07:44.360,0:07:50.969 now if it's fighting you a lot either 0:07:48.090,0:07:53.550 you have it cross-threaded or it's good 0:07:50.969,0:07:54.659 enough so that didn't go all the way in 0:07:53.550,0:07:55.590 but it's pretty tight I don't want to 0:07:54.659,0:07:56.340 break it off in there so we're gonna 0:07:55.590,0:08:00.689 leave it at that 0:07:56.340,0:08:02.580 we'll take this one out and we'll do the 0:08:00.689,0:08:07.349 same thing to the other one open that 0:08:02.580,0:08:12.360 voice back up get that sleeve start it 0:08:07.349,0:08:15.199 in there and we'll just make them go 0:08:12.360,0:08:15.199 inside of each other 0:08:29.120,0:08:33.700 [Music] 0:08:31.920,0:08:34.780 all right so next thing we're gonna do 0:08:33.700,0:08:36.670 we're going to install the brand-new 0:08:34.780,0:08:37.810 sway bar end links you're gonna have 0:08:36.670,0:08:40.300 this little fitting just like the 0:08:37.810,0:08:42.010 factory one this little stud is going to 0:08:40.300,0:08:43.510 go up top so once you get that stuck 0:08:42.010,0:08:45.130 through there we'll put on the washer 0:08:43.510,0:08:52.180 that they give us and we'll put that 0:08:45.130,0:08:53.830 nylock nut on there and then we'll need 0:08:52.180,0:08:59.740 a 19 millimeter socket to tighten this 0:08:53.830,0:09:01.390 nut up now if you can't get this stud to 0:08:59.740,0:09:02.920 not spin and staysail you can actually 0:09:01.390,0:09:04.600 put a quarter inch allen key in the end 0:09:02.920,0:09:06.010 of this stud and hold it still just use 0:09:04.600,0:09:07.690 a 19 millimeter wrench to tighten that 0:09:06.010,0:09:10.450 up now for the bottom we're gonna use 0:09:07.690,0:09:11.830 that factory bolt so once again factory 0:09:10.450,0:09:13.900 bolts going to go through the outside 0:09:11.830,0:09:16.330 towards the inside put that factory nut 0:09:13.900,0:09:20.370 back on and then we'll need to 18 0:09:16.330,0:09:20.370 millimeters to tighten it back up 0:09:28.570,0:09:32.180 alright guys so we're running into one 0:09:30.589,0:09:33.649 issue we got the spacers in we got the 0:09:32.180,0:09:35.329 coil springs back in but when we go to 0:09:33.649,0:09:36.800 push the axle up it's actually pushing 0:09:35.329,0:09:38.630 the Jeep up in the air we can't get the 0:09:36.800,0:09:39.680 shocks connected so ideally what we want 0:09:38.630,0:09:41.750 to do we want to put the wheels and 0:09:39.680,0:09:43.010 tires back on we want to set the vehicle 0:09:41.750,0:09:44.630 on the ground that way we can use the 0:09:43.010,0:09:45.950 weight of the Jeep to line up those 0:09:44.630,0:09:47.060 shocks compress the springs just a 0:09:45.950,0:09:48.890 little bit more that way we can get the 0:09:47.060,0:09:50.060 shock bolts in so since we're up on the 0:09:48.890,0:09:51.380 lift the next thing that I'm gonna have 0:09:50.060,0:09:52.010 to do I'm gonna have to reconnect the 0:09:51.380,0:09:53.450 track bar 0:09:52.010,0:09:55.040 that way it'll hold everything together 0:09:53.450,0:09:56.750 because once I take the pole Jack's out 0:09:55.040,0:09:58.160 of course that axle is just gonna want 0:09:56.750,0:09:59.839 to drop back down we're gonna rip all 0:09:58.160,0:10:01.670 kinds of lines now you guys doing at 0:09:59.839,0:10:02.899 home if you are using jack stands on a 0:10:01.670,0:10:04.820 floor jack you're already gonna have 0:10:02.899,0:10:06.110 that floor jack underneath of the axle 0:10:04.820,0:10:07.880 so what you can do is just lift it up 0:10:06.110,0:10:09.500 put the wheels and tires back on pull 0:10:07.880,0:10:10.490 the jack stands set the whole thing on 0:10:09.500,0:10:11.779 the ground and that way it's gonna 0:10:10.490,0:10:13.160 compress those springs you can get those 0:10:11.779,0:10:15.110 bolts back in so what I'm gonna do right 0:10:13.160,0:10:16.610 now I'm going to take this ratchet strap 0:10:15.110,0:10:17.990 and I'm just gonna shift the axle over 0:10:16.610,0:10:19.519 to the side that way I can get that 0:10:17.990,0:10:20.959 factory bolt back in and that way 0:10:19.519,0:10:22.399 hopefully it's going to hold everything 0:10:20.959,0:10:23.750 back together for when we set it on the 0:10:22.399,0:10:25.160 ground and then after that we're gonna 0:10:23.750,0:10:27.440 move back to the rear we're gonna get 0:10:25.160,0:10:28.550 that fully assembled and then we'll put 0:10:27.440,0:10:31.940 the whole Jeep back on the ground and 0:10:28.550,0:10:35.480 we'll get some things buttoned up so 0:10:31.940,0:10:37.670 what I'm gonna do going to take this 0:10:35.480,0:10:41.600 ratchet strap I'm actually gonna hook it 0:10:37.670,0:10:44.060 around the end of our axle just like 0:10:41.600,0:10:45.829 that and I'm gonna come over here to the 0:10:44.060,0:10:47.690 frame and I'm gonna hook it onto the 0:10:45.829,0:10:49.130 frame one thing that you don't want to 0:10:47.690,0:10:51.949 do is you don't want to get in the way 0:10:49.130,0:10:53.149 of the track bar and mess that up when 0:10:51.949,0:10:55.190 we're trying to get that bolt back in we 0:10:53.149,0:10:56.899 don't want to just shift out of the way 0:10:55.190,0:10:58.760 or anything so I've got it in a pretty 0:10:56.899,0:11:00.589 good spot all we're gonna do is just put 0:10:58.760,0:11:02.329 a little tension on this and it's just 0:11:00.589,0:11:03.740 gonna pull the axle to the side so you 0:11:02.329,0:11:08.029 can see that it's working its way to the 0:11:03.740,0:11:10.839 side once we get that lined up then you 0:11:08.029,0:11:10.839 get that bolt back in 0:11:13.139,0:11:18.540 that looks like it so I'm gonna go grab 0:11:15.189,0:11:18.540 the boat and then we'll get it back here 0:11:18.779,0:11:22.269 so we get a building all the way through 0:11:20.980,0:11:24.910 and I remember there's a flag nut on the 0:11:22.269,0:11:26.949 backside so all you want to do just put 0:11:24.910,0:11:29.170 that on the backside and then we want to 0:11:26.949,0:11:35.410 turn this boat by hand that way we don't 0:11:29.170,0:11:37.029 cross anything all right so we've got 0:11:35.410,0:11:38.319 that started I'm just gonna tighten it 0:11:37.029,0:11:39.699 up a little bit but you want to torque 0:11:38.319,0:11:41.709 it when it's on the ground that way this 0:11:39.699,0:11:43.300 bushing is in a relaxed state so we'll 0:11:41.709,0:11:49.389 just take that 21 we'll tighten it up a 0:11:43.300,0:11:51.430 little bit and then we let go of our 0:11:49.389,0:11:55.570 ratchet strap 0:11:51.430,0:11:55.570 [Music] 0:11:57.269,0:12:01.499 hold everything in place one thing that 0:11:59.939,0:12:03.899 we want to make sure it doesn't happen 0:12:01.499,0:12:11.519 is that we don't stretch these brake 0:12:03.899,0:12:12.660 lines too far all right so we're here at 0:12:11.519,0:12:13.980 the back first thing we're going to do 0:12:12.660,0:12:21.540 we're going to support our axle with 0:12:13.980,0:12:23.490 pole jacks just like the front put a 0:12:21.540,0:12:25.050 little bit of tension on these and we're 0:12:23.490,0:12:26.069 gonna take out that track bar bolt all 0:12:25.050,0:12:27.749 right so we're gonna disconnect the 0:12:26.069,0:12:29.879 track bar where it meets the axle right 0:12:27.749,0:12:31.619 here on the driver's side same thing 21 0:12:29.879,0:12:32.819 millimeter socket we'll take that bolt 0:12:31.619,0:12:40.290 off and there is a flag nut on the 0:12:32.819,0:12:42.059 backside so you don't need a tool the 0:12:40.290,0:12:44.869 axle is gonna shift a little bit if you 0:12:42.059,0:12:44.869 have it up in the air 0:12:46.220,0:12:49.610 and like I said this is something that 0:12:48.410,0:12:51.800 you can do on the ground before you 0:12:49.610,0:12:53.090 actually get the Jeep up in the air next 0:12:51.800,0:12:56.150 we're gonna work on getting our sway bar 0:12:53.090,0:12:58.250 end links off so once again spray all 0:12:56.150,0:13:01.040 the rusty stuff with rust unlocking 0:12:58.250,0:13:02.300 power spray and we're gonna do the top 0:13:01.040,0:13:07.640 same thing is the Front's we're gonna 0:13:02.300,0:13:08.960 use a 19 millimeter wrench get that on 0:13:07.640,0:13:10.490 that flange right there and then we use 0:13:08.960,0:13:15.290 an 18 millimeter socket to get the nut 0:13:10.490,0:13:17.150 off I have to get that nut off we're 0:13:15.290,0:13:19.670 just going to pull that out set it to 0:13:17.150,0:13:24.890 the side then you can do the same thing 0:13:19.670,0:13:26.780 on the other side now since these are 0:13:24.890,0:13:28.340 staying on we're gonna be reusing the 0:13:26.780,0:13:30.170 same ones when we put this back together 0:13:28.340,0:13:32.210 we only have to take it off on one side 0:13:30.170,0:13:33.890 so I'm just gonna do the top because the 0:13:32.210,0:13:44.210 bottom one is hidden by the shock it's a 0:13:33.890,0:13:46.190 little harder to do after that we're 0:13:44.210,0:13:48.230 gonna pour our axle vent tube off same 0:13:46.190,0:13:50.450 thing as the front just gonna pry up on 0:13:48.230,0:13:52.100 that it'll pull right off so now we're 0:13:50.450,0:13:53.570 gonna come to the outside of the Jeep in 0:13:52.100,0:13:55.430 the wheel well we're gonna have to take 0:13:53.570,0:13:56.660 this 10 millimeter bolt out of here for 0:13:55.430,0:13:59.090 the brake line we're also gonna have to 0:13:56.660,0:14:00.500 disconnect this ABS where it pushes into 0:13:59.090,0:14:02.510 the frame so we can get some length out 0:14:00.500,0:14:05.060 of there so we can lower the axle so 10 0:14:02.510,0:14:08.480 millimeter socket for that take that 0:14:05.060,0:14:11.510 boat out and let that swing if you want 0:14:08.480,0:14:16.670 to put that bolt back in so you don't 0:14:11.510,0:14:18.200 lose it now for the ABS you can just 0:14:16.670,0:14:20.210 take a flathead screwdriver or if you 0:14:18.200,0:14:21.950 have any court any sort of prying tool 0:14:20.210,0:14:23.600 or trim panel removal tool we're just 0:14:21.950,0:14:25.640 gonna take these two little Christmas 0:14:23.600,0:14:27.170 tree plugs out of there that's gonna 0:14:25.640,0:14:29.300 give us plenty of length to lower this 0:14:27.170,0:14:31.640 down then you can go over there so I do 0:14:29.300,0:14:33.050 that same exact thing so next we're 0:14:31.640,0:14:34.490 gonna disconnect the shocks at the 0:14:33.050,0:14:36.050 bottom where they meet the axle so you 0:14:34.490,0:14:38.630 need an 18 millimeter wrench for one 0:14:36.050,0:14:40.040 side 18 millimeter socket and of course 0:14:38.630,0:14:45.130 you want to spray these threads with 0:14:40.040,0:14:45.130 some wd-40 or PB Blaster 0:14:47.570,0:14:51.870 push it up a little bit to freeze up 0:14:49.950,0:14:53.190 that bolt I'm gonna pull that bolt out 0:14:51.870,0:14:54.090 you want to keep that because we're 0:14:53.190,0:14:55.980 gonna put it back in 0:14:54.090,0:15:07.440 oh go over the other side do that same 0:14:55.980,0:15:09.120 thing next we're gonna do we're going to 0:15:07.440,0:15:13.650 drop the axle lower it down that way we 0:15:09.120,0:15:14.550 can get our Springs out so the spacers 0:15:13.650,0:15:15.870 for the rear are gonna be this 0:15:14.550,0:15:17.490 funky-looking ones that actually have it 0:15:15.870,0:15:19.410 bump stop built into the bottom which is 0:15:17.490,0:15:20.550 pretty cool but these are going to sit 0:15:19.410,0:15:22.230 up in there and you actually gonna have 0:15:20.550,0:15:25.080 this little top and that's actually 0:15:22.230,0:15:27.470 gonna pop into that so you can do let's 0:15:25.080,0:15:27.470 take a hammer 0:15:34.150,0:15:38.130 all right so I can't get these in by 0:15:36.430,0:15:40.089 smacking them with a dead blow hammer so 0:15:38.130,0:15:41.380 there's a couple ways you can do this 0:15:40.089,0:15:43.540 you can actually put a block of wood in 0:15:41.380,0:15:45.279 here in between this mount on the axle 0:15:43.540,0:15:46.600 and this and just use the axe little 0:15:45.279,0:15:48.580 push it in but what I'm gonna do I'm 0:15:46.600,0:15:49.930 actually just going to install it on top 0:15:48.580,0:15:51.370 of the spring we're gonna fit it up in 0:15:49.930,0:15:57.339 there and we'll use the axle to press it 0:15:51.370,0:16:00.100 in so you just want to click that into 0:15:57.339,0:16:02.560 your isolator like that and we're gonna 0:16:00.100,0:16:05.910 feed this back up through probably have 0:16:02.560,0:16:05.910 to drop the axle a little bit more 0:16:13.360,0:16:21.059 all right so now that we got this in I'm 0:16:16.509,0:16:25.089 just gonna raise the axle up and that 0:16:21.059,0:16:26.679 push that guy in so next we're gonna go 0:16:25.089,0:16:28.149 over the other side remember you want to 0:16:26.679,0:16:29.019 slide that isolator on there so I'm 0:16:28.149,0:16:30.399 going to show you a little bit of a 0:16:29.019,0:16:32.319 different way to get this side installed 0:16:30.399,0:16:34.389 if you have an old piece of exhaust pipe 0:16:32.319,0:16:35.199 or anything to go around the top just 0:16:34.389,0:16:38.829 like that 0:16:35.199,0:16:40.720 I got a 2x4 in between the pipe and our 0:16:38.829,0:16:42.549 axle mount all you want to do is just 0:16:40.720,0:16:47.290 Center that real good we're just gonna 0:16:42.549,0:16:50.579 press up on it and hopefully it's gonna 0:16:47.290,0:16:50.579 pop it in place for us 0:16:55.540,0:17:02.800 all right so that's in then pull this 0:16:59.140,0:17:04.209 back down get that block of wood out get 0:17:02.800,0:17:05.440 that exhaust pipe in there you can see 0:17:04.209,0:17:10.020 that that's in so we'll go ahead and put 0:17:05.440,0:17:10.020 the spring in remember big coil up top 0:17:10.110,0:17:17.440 so a big coil up top 0:17:13.920,0:17:20.829 press it down over the bottom raise that 0:17:17.440,0:17:23.380 back up put a little bit of tension on 0:17:20.829,0:17:25.420 that spring and then we can start 0:17:23.380,0:17:26.949 reassembling the vehicle so after that 0:17:25.420,0:17:28.360 we're gonna compress the springs a 0:17:26.949,0:17:32.650 little bit raise the axle we're gonna 0:17:28.360,0:17:34.330 put that factory bolt back in a nut back 0:17:32.650,0:17:36.400 on and then we're gonna need an 18 0:17:34.330,0:17:44.560 millimeter socket and an 18 millimeter 0:17:36.400,0:17:45.910 wrench to tighten it back up so on the 0:17:44.560,0:17:47.950 back it doesn't look like we have that 0:17:45.910,0:17:49.870 issue we are able to actually push the 0:17:47.950,0:17:51.670 axle all the way back up get these shock 0:17:49.870,0:17:54.850 holes to line back up so actually gonna 0:17:51.670,0:17:57.240 put these shocks back in and way we can 0:17:54.850,0:18:00.250 trap those Springs feel a little more 0:17:57.240,0:18:02.980 safe with it on the lift and then we'll 0:18:00.250,0:18:05.170 start putting everything else back the 0:18:02.980,0:18:06.700 same thing we're gonna take an 18 0:18:05.170,0:18:12.130 millimeter socket and a wrench well 0:18:06.700,0:18:13.360 tighten that back up once you get that 0:18:12.130,0:18:16.120 shot back in you're gonna torque that 0:18:13.360,0:18:17.230 lower bolt down to 56 foot-pounds and 0:18:16.120,0:18:18.970 then we're gonna work on getting our 0:18:17.230,0:18:26.020 sway bar end links back in so we want to 0:18:18.970,0:18:27.250 tilt that sway bar down get that to line 0:18:26.020,0:18:30.390 up then we're just gonna put that 0:18:27.250,0:18:30.390 factory nut back on 0:18:32.680,0:18:37.000 could get thin on we use that 18 0:18:34.960,0:18:51.670 millimeter socket 19 millimeter wrench 0:18:37.000,0:18:53.710 to tighten it back up once you get this 0:18:51.670,0:18:55.540 tight you want to tighten that 266 0:18:53.710,0:18:57.520 foot-pounds and then same thing for the 0:18:55.540,0:18:59.020 front the top is gonna get 66 0:18:57.520,0:19:01.030 foot-pounds the bottom is gonna get 0:18:59.020,0:19:02.350 tighten to 75 foot-pounds then we're 0:19:01.030,0:19:04.630 gonna go back to the wheel well we're 0:19:02.350,0:19:06.580 gonna put these brake lines back in with 0:19:04.630,0:19:09.190 that factory both use a 10 millimeter 0:19:06.580,0:19:10.780 tighten it up then you want to put that 0:19:09.190,0:19:12.520 ABS line back in as well 0:19:10.780,0:19:16.120 just push these back into the frame 0:19:12.520,0:19:17.470 rails all right so one of the last 0:19:16.120,0:19:19.120 things we have to do we're gonna pop our 0:19:17.470,0:19:21.670 vent hose back on now this should be 0:19:19.120,0:19:23.470 long enough still but if you need to you 0:19:21.670,0:19:24.790 can just come up here yank on a little 0:19:23.470,0:19:26.080 bit that's gonna pull a little extra 0:19:24.790,0:19:27.640 down just make sure that that's not 0:19:26.080,0:19:28.720 going to pull off all right guys so the 0:19:27.640,0:19:30.850 last thing we have to do we have to get 0:19:28.720,0:19:31.960 our rear track bar installed now once 0:19:30.850,0:19:33.520 again you can put your wheels and tires 0:19:31.960,0:19:34.809 on set the vehicle on the ground that's 0:19:33.520,0:19:36.490 kind of line that up and then you can 0:19:34.809,0:19:38.200 put that factory bolt back in I'm just 0:19:36.490,0:19:39.790 going to do it in the air with a ratchet 0:19:38.200,0:19:41.320 strap so they have a very nice hole on 0:19:39.790,0:19:43.120 the side of your frame rail here I'm 0:19:41.320,0:19:45.520 gonna go over to the driver's side and 0:19:43.120,0:19:47.140 just hook on to this axle bracket once 0:19:45.520,0:19:48.970 again you don't want the strap to hit 0:19:47.140,0:19:54.070 the track bar because we don't want it 0:19:48.970,0:19:55.540 to push it any way that set it up will 0:19:54.070,0:19:57.070 start shifting this axle over it should 0:19:55.540,0:20:01.050 be relatively easy because we just put 0:19:57.070,0:20:01.050 the 1 inch spacer on there 0:20:06.300,0:20:11.870 looks like that'll do it let me go grab 0:20:08.190,0:20:11.870 that factory bolt we'll put that back in 0:20:12.860,0:20:16.830 so you're gonna take that plug nut put 0:20:15.270,0:20:19.080 it on the back side once again we want 0:20:16.830,0:20:21.660 to start that with our hand because we 0:20:19.080,0:20:22.890 don't want to cross thread anything so 0:20:21.660,0:20:24.390 why don't you give that started we can 0:20:22.890,0:20:25.800 tighten it up a little bit but ideally 0:20:24.390,0:20:29.010 you want to torque it on the ground that 0:20:25.800,0:20:35.070 way once again the bushing is relaxed at 0:20:29.010,0:20:36.090 ride height take 21 millimeter tighten 0:20:35.070,0:20:39.080 it up a little bit and then we can 0:20:36.090,0:20:39.080 release our ratchet strap 0:20:45.270,0:20:47.970 alright guys so once you put your G pack 0:20:46.980,0:20:49.410 together you want to throw your wheels 0:20:47.970,0:20:50.640 and tires back on it put it on the 0:20:49.410,0:20:52.410 ground and you want to torque those 0:20:50.640,0:20:54.180 wheels down to factory specs now like I 0:20:52.410,0:20:56.580 said we need to torque those track bar 0:20:54.180,0:20:57.990 bolts at the axle when the vehicles on 0:20:56.580,0:20:59.910 the ground that way that bushing is in a 0:20:57.990,0:21:01.890 relaxed state so front and rear you're 0:20:59.910,0:21:03.540 gonna torque that bolt down to 125 0:21:01.890,0:21:05.160 foot-pounds and then the last thing that 0:21:03.540,0:21:06.540 you need to do is take your Jeep for an 0:21:05.160,0:21:08.310 alignment after you get an alignment 0:21:06.540,0:21:10.170 drive it around for a while recheck that 0:21:08.310,0:21:11.850 torque but however that is going to wrap 0:21:10.170,0:21:13.710 it up for my review and install for more 0:21:11.850,0:21:16.190 videos and products like this keep it 0:21:13.710,0:21:16.190 right here at extremeterrain.com 0:21:27.730,0:21:29.790 you

    Lift Specs. Teraflex offers this 2 inch front, and 1 inch rear boost/leveling kit for your Wrangler JK. This kit, which can be used with up to a 305/65R18 or 305/70R17 tires, gives your Jeep improved street handling, and full suspension articulation on the trail.

    Lift Construction. This kit is constructed of high quality materials and comes with all necessary hardware, including the front sway bar links. This kit is trail ready and able to take a beating, so do feel shy taking it off-road.

    Application. This Teraflex Leveling Kit is specifically designed to be used on the 2007-2018 Wrangler JK models.

    Fitment: 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Details

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        Can I run 285/70R17 with the Teraflex Leveling Kit and stock wheels?

        • Yes, you would be able to run that size tire on a JK with a leveling kit and stock wheels.

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        If wheel spacers are needed after installing this kit to run stock wheels tires on a 2017 JKU what size spacers are required?? Thanks!!

        • If you are using your stock wheels and tired from your 2017 JKU, you will not need wheel spacers. If you decided to upgrade your tires to a larger size and reuse your stock wheels then, depending on which size tire you go will determine if you need a wheel spacer and what size wheel spacer is needed to prevent any rubbing.

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        Love the product but it seems to need another 1" in rear to truly make jeep level . Is there anything i can do to correct this ? Was thinking of maybe some kind of inserts in springs ?

        • We do not recommend using spring inserts, as these can be come dislodged and cause a potentially dangerous situation. With the Teraflex Leveling Kit, to raise the rear an additional 1" we would recommend replacing the rear spring spacers with Teraflex 2 in. Rear Spring Spacers, item number J10220. This will make the total lift front and rear 2". We do also carry 1 3/4" spacers for the rear from Rugged Ridge

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        Will my OEM Rubi Wheels and Tires work without needing spacers? I've read some reviews that are suggesting spacers might be needed? ...Thanks.

        • Thank you for your question! To reuse your OEM wheel & tire package after installing this leveling kit you will not need wheel spacers. If you go to a larger tire and reuse your Rubicon wheels you may need wheel spacers because of the backspacing on the OEM Rubicon wheels, if you have any questions about this you can always contact us via phone or email and we would be happy to assist you!

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        Hi, i`am working from my garage, i do not have access to a hydraulic left. Therefore, i will be working on one wheel at a time, other than the sway bar, tracking bar and shocks, do i need to loosen the control arms under the jeep in order left the jeep high enough above the axle to take out the springs in the front and back. Because i will have to lower and raise the jeep instead of the axle.

        • Thank you for your question! The Teraflex leveling kit does not require you to remove the control arms, even if installing this kit at home with out a lift. With a set of Jack stands and a good Heavy-duty jack you will be able to do this install.

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        Can I use my stock shocks with this kit? If I need to replace the shocks or if I just choose to replace the shocks, what would you recommend? Thanks Much....Chuck 2 answers
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          Customer Reviews (100+) Write a Review

          Overall Rating 4.9

          out of 5 stars

          Installation Time:Afternoon

          Installation Cost:$100-$250

          • Appearance 4.922388 4.9
          • Bang For Your Buck 4.883582 4.9
          • Onroad Ride Quality 4.802985 4.8
          • Offroad Capability 4.574468 4.6



          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            June 18, 2019

            Great fit

            The only problem I had with the installation was it was hard to get my old bolts off. The installation was easy other than that. But again I had a complete work shop with hoist to do it in.

            LeoV

            Year: 2011Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            June 10, 2019

            Exeactly what we were looking for!

            Product lifted Jeep just right. We are not rock crawling but allows room for bigger tires and levels out the look of the factory rack. Afternoon garage project with the right tools.

            RodneyB

            Year: 2010Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            June 03, 2019

            Basic lift, but also perfect.

            This "small" lift, actually provides a substantial difference in appearance. The install is pretty straight forward, and there are tons of how to videos on YouTube if you're unsure. I did this by myself with two floor jacks and jackstands. I did one corner at a time and the install took me most of the afternoon. If you have a second set of hands this will speed up the process. I am running this comfortably with 35's (315/70/17) KO2's but it's pretty much street and light trail use for now.

            Patrick

            Year: 2017Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            May 18, 2019

            Tereflex lift

            Not too bad for a afternoon install. Much easier with a lift took me about 4 hours but took my time like the looks and it rides as good as factory ride money well spent

            MarkS

            Year: 2018Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Full Day

            May 15, 2019

            DYI - TERAFLEX 1.5" LEVEL KIT, BC CDN

            GOOD PRODUCT and EASY TO FOLLOW INCLUDED INSTRUCTIONS. EXACTLY AS ADVERTISED NICE TO HAVE ONLINE VIDEO FOR GUIDANCE. 14 JK LOOKS GOOD - WILL ADD 19 RUBY RIMS 275/70/17 BFG KAO2'S WISH I HAD A LIFT and AIR GUNS.

            TBONE

            Year: 2014Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (1)

          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            May 11, 2019

            Great starter kit

            Got the leveling kit installed professionally. I can definitely tell a difference in a positive way. Great kit for a better look and a little more clearance. You can tell a difference in look more from the front than the side but looks great!

            Roms

            Year: 2015Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Shop Install

            Installation Cost: $250-$500

            May 11, 2019

            Excellent kit.

            No more factory rake, gives my Rubicon a more agressive stance and maintains factory ride. Ability to fit larger tires is an added bonus.

            Disappointment

            Year: 2017Submodel: Rubicon

            Helpful (2)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            April 30, 2019

            Easy install and I like it level

            The install was fairly easy. I recommend finding a YouTube video. There is not be that even tells you the correct ftlb for the different bolts. Sorry I don’t have the link. I also recommend using a lift if you have a neighbor that has one. It took me the better part of a day with his help. I also installed my 1.5” spacers at the same time.

            EdwardR

            Year: 2016Submodel: Rubicon

            Helpful (1)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            April 30, 2019

            Teraflex leveling kit

            Received kit very fast. Very happy with quality of kit. Had my shop install kit in two hrs. Very happy with the new look and ride.

            DanA69

            Year: 2016Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Shop Install

            Installation Cost: $250-$500

            April 22, 2019

            good for the money

            it's a good purchase for the money the only thing was installing it urself will save you a lot of money the shop I went to scratched my car and charged me 300$.

            trigs

            Year: 2016Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            April 19, 2019

            Nice kit

            Installed in an afternoon with a friend. Levels the Jeep nicely and with some 1.50 wheel spacers it gives it a nice stance.

            Buschman58

            Year: 2007Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (2)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            April 18, 2019

            Quality Product, Easy Install

            Did this install on a lift and it took about 3 hours. Followed the teraflex YouTube video for install instructions. Love the look of the Jeep now!

            Ktomak90

            Year: 2016Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (1)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            April 14, 2019

            Great product and easy install

            Did the leveling kit on a Friday evening after work in the garage. Used a couple jack stands and floor jacks. No major mechanic skills required, it’s a straight forward process. Watched the video before doing the install, found it much better than reading the instructions. From start to finish it took about 4 hours.

            BrianW

            Year: 2018Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            April 11, 2019

            Looks great and easy install

            Came in a small box organized nicely with easy to follow directions. Also there is YouTube directions online. Seems to be a high quality product so far and provide plenty of clearance for 33s. It was easy install, took me 3 hours by myself. I decided to not disconnect the rear track bar during the install which still provided me enough room to get the springs and spacers back in. Overall very happy with the product and how easy it was to install. Maintains stock rise quality well also.

            Jeep14

            Year: 2014Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            April 09, 2019

            Great kit

            Awesome kit, leveled my jeep and raised it just a lil

            Flood

            Year: 2012Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            April 08, 2019

            Just Enough

            Great leveling kit if your looking to get rid of that factory rake. Nice easy install.

            Dave F

            Year: 2012Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            March 31, 2019

            Perfect Amount of Lift

            For the price, it's the perfect lift for someone who doesn't do much off roading, but wants to lift their Wrangler. It definitely doesn't ride as nice at highway speeds though.

            ZacharyV

            Year: 2012Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (2)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            March 30, 2019

            This kit is a bargain!

            Huge bang-for-your-buck with this kit, the Jeep looks 10 times better and yet it drives just the same as stock.

            MikeyBee

            Year: 2014Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            March 29, 2019

            Teraflex leveling kit

            So far so good. I’ve had it on for about two weeks. Easy install with help from a neighbor that has a lift in his garage. Put Nitto Ridge Grapplers 285/75/17. Would definitely use this again.

            Mike

            Year: 2018Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (2)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            March 27, 2019

            leveling kit

            I have an aftermarket bumper and winch which brought the factory sag even lower and this helped out so much. only took 4 hours by myself with basic hand tools and jack w/ stands.

            JoeS

            Year: 2015Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (1)

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