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  1. Tera Flex Nomad Wheels

    We installed 2 sets already, and have noticed a couple of things. The air release on the loaded wheels is adjustable with the allen head grub screw, to make air come out faster/slower, or tighten all the way so passerby's don't release you to 0 in the Mall Parking lot. In order to hit the...
  2. Fox Racing Shocks Releases NEW 3.0 IBP Shocks

    We have Front/Rear 2.5 Factory sets in stock so you dont have to wait, if you want that as an option! Double check with me on the part numbers you are looking for I have a feeling they will offer them in the future, but made sure to get this lift height out and available asap. It takes a lot...
  3. Fox Racing Shocks Releases NEW 3.0 IBP Shocks

    Fox has taken their Jeep product line another step further, and has introduced the Factory Series 3.0 Internal Bypass shock systems. These kits are meant for 2-3" Lift kits at this time, but are without a doubt, the most precision tuned, and techonologically advanced shocks available for the...
  4. Rubicon Expess 1.5/2.5 in Lift with 37's

    Teraflex has a pretty nice guide you can reference for their 2.5" kit. It will at least help you accurately figure out what you should need Bump wise to do it
  5. Are sport shock the same as Sahara, 4 dr with hardtop

    Free is the best price. Definitely grab those up for spares at the very least. I'd still grab Rubicon shocks if that was the case just in case you found the rest of the parts cheap in your local marketplace.
  6. Fox steering stabilizer

    Do you have any steering push, since they made the shaft smaller (to fix that issue)?
  7. Is there a ‘Best’ adjustable track bar?

    At this point, the aftermarket bars from the big manufacturers that have been listed will definitely be stronger, and more adaptable than stock. Misalignment is a huge factor in getting extra-smooth suspension travel, and less creaking and noises. The other thing to consider, is what...
  8. Thoughts on buying a used lift kit...

    RK is on point with their advice. When buying a used kit, I would also become familiar with what parts came in the kit, and make sure you get everything, or that you are aware of what you are missing and will need to replace if you buy it. A lot of times you may not get all the little nuts and...
  9. Any aftermarket shocks for better ride ?

    I'll link what I've posted in previous threads. I hope it helps! I'll make the addition that the Falcon shocks are doing excellently in testing so far, but if you mount them on a Jeep with a Non-Teraflex Multi-Rate spring (Rock Krawler, Synergy, Etc) they will not ride as advertised.
  10. Installing just lower Control Arms

    In previous Jeep models, a trackbar would've been my first recommendation, but with JL's they seem to be handling their track at 2.5" without issues, but having really bad caster issues at anything above 2". If funds are short, I'd recommend starting with Front Lowers. If you have a little...
  11. Steering Stabilizers Recommendations / Tips?

    Morton is on point here. I personally would not change the stabilizer unless it was leaking or damaged in any way, but once that happens, one with compression adjustment is the way to go. That way you can really dial the feel and make it steer as loosely or tightly as you like. If you are...
  12. Stock Rubicon shock length?

    Our Rubicon shocks are long gone since the suspension has been replaced, but I can offer the BIlstein specs which is probably more representative of the Non-Rubicons. The Rubicons are most likely another 0.5-0.75" longer. Front Bilstein Travel Length (IN)8.18 Bilstein Collapsed Length (IN)15.55...
  13. 4 door Rubicon Suspension on a 2 door SportS

    I hope someone will chime in with real numbers from experience, but I can offer the theory to help you with a decision. The Rubicons sit about an inch taller than a non-rubicon of the same door model. A 4-door spring on a 2 door raised JK's about 1-1.5" taller. So you are looking at a range of...
  14. Thumbs up for JKS quick disconnects!

    Your sway bar (with both sides disconnected) should be able to swing higher in order for the end links to reach the mount. In some of the early kits, JKS has admitted to supplying incorrect washers which did not allow enough movement to get things removed once they are installed. Double check...
  15. Go to, for custom valved King Shocks or any shock...

    We can order shocks custom valved from King or Radflo, and we can tune anything in-house. The best way to guarantee you are going to like the ride, is to get an adjustable set which will allow you to dial Compression to your preference in any situation without the need for removal or...
  16. Mopar vs JKS vs AEV lifts - opinions?

    The Mopar is also going to need a lot more in order to make it work right (geometry brackets/arms) since it does yield more than the advertised ride height. AEV is great, but I find their kits are lacking compared to JKS offering a trackbar, and quick discos, and the option for standard duty or...
  17. FOX PERFORMANCE SERIES 2.0 TS STABILIZER

    Both the Teraflex and FOX use the Axle-Side 3 Bolt plate, so it sits it under the tie rod. This does put it in the way of rocks. I know there are a couple of other sites that are selling the JK spec ATS and mounting it to the top of the Tie Rod more ourt of the way, but I have not had a chance...
  18. FOX PERFORMANCE SERIES 2.0 TS STABILIZER

    If you want it to be adjustable so you can get it to feel particularly stiffer than stock and remove 99% of the slop, I recommend the Adjustable TS (ATS). If you are happy with how the steering feel is now, and just want to make it feel more solid, the standard TS is fine.
  19. Synergy MFG 2" Lift Starter System

    Thanks for the product data, Chris! We are live with the kit on the site https://offroadwarehouse.com/i-23042838-synergy-2018-wrangler-jl-2-lift-starter-system.html
  20. Minimal Spacer Lift Question

    With that little of lift, you are correct, nothing will need to be done with the arms or trackbars if you are just going to be weighing it back down with accessories. A winch will probably only squat you down a quarter to half inch, and the Mopar steel bumper doesnt weigh much. You may need to...



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