OK, then it's just not my eyes. Are there any measurements available anywhere that say what the distance is from floor to the bottom of the front bumper and floor to bottom of rear bumper? My RV is easy, I just put a 4' level on the floor in line with the chassis and level from there.JL is nose up. JLU is nose down. The TeraFlex 1.5” spacer lift is 1” front 1.5” rear spacer on the JL and 2” front 1.5” rear spacer on the JLU.
The Teraflex leveling kit for the JL 2Dr includes 1” front spacers and 1.5” rear spacers. This leveling kit will give your Jeep an overall lift of 1.5". (according to Quadratec)Interestingly, the Teraflex leveling kit has 2.0" spacers for the front and 1.5" for the rear.
I'm not looking to lift the whole thing, just level it out. The Commander in Chief is vertically challenged (don't tell her she's short!) and has a hip issue that limits her range of motion on her legs so extra overall height isn't an option.The Teraflex leveling kit for the JL 2Dr includes 1” front spacers and 1.5” rear spacers. This leveling kit will give your Jeep an overall lift of 1.5". (according to Quadratec)
Very doable in your garage. Just need a few good jack stands and a good floor jack and you will be good to go. Just jack jeep up high on the jack stands then lower axel with floor jack and springs will fall right out. Even tho the instructions say loosen all of the control arms if you are only doing a .5 spacer I don't think that is super necessary. Thinks it more them covering their ass if your bushings wear out.I took a look at the Terraflex spacers. How difficult of an installation is putting the spring spacers in? The instructions tell you to disconnect or loosen everything on the rear end. Is this something doable in a homeowner's garage or does it need to be professionally installed? Can it be done with spring compressors or is that the only way to do it? I'm not a novice at working on vehicles, I've rebuilt engines, changed shocks, driveshafts, axles, etc. Just trying to map out a strategy.