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So question, I'm on my 3rd wrangler, 2021 Sahara Sarge 6sp, and I want to do what you did, level kit and 275-70-18 Toyo OC AT3's... Query is on the teraflex wedsite it states wheel spacers or new wheels are required which I find odd, and I don't plan on doing either of those things at this time. You didn't need wheel spacers did you? Any issues with any rubbing front or rear? Also did you add anything besides the provided longer sway bar links such as trackbar to keep geometry correct?
I had my install done at 4-Wheel parts. My friend works there and he did it. Did not need Wheel spacers at all he said. Plenty of room for tires to move. I disconnected my sway bar few times and did some moderate trails with no issues. It did not require any added trackbars or anything. They did install realigned the steering wheel and it has always driven straight and good.

A little better picture's of it below. That Tearflex kit is all you need for 33's I am not sure which one you are reading on the website. He told me that new shocks were not needed either. if you are planning on doing BIG off-road trails higher then 3 you might consider shocks. For what I was using my 2019 for it suited just what I wanted. Removed factory rake (front 2" rear 1.5") and gave jeep that more aggressive stance.

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So question, I'm on my 3rd wrangler, 2021 Sahara Sarge 6sp, and I want to do what you did, level kit and 275-70-18 Toyo OC AT3's... Query is on the teraflex wedsite it states wheel spacers or new wheels are required which I find odd, and I don't plan on doing either of those things at this time. You didn't need wheel spacers did you? Any issues with any rubbing front or rear? Also did you add anything besides the provided longer sway bar links such as trackbar to keep geometry correct?
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I had my install done at 4-Wheel parts. My friend works there and he did it. Did not need Wheel spacers at all he said. Plenty of room for tires to move. I disconnected my sway bar few times and did some moderate trails with no issues. It did not require any added trackbars or anything. They did install realigned the steering wheel and it has always driven straight and good.

A little better picture's of it below. That Tearflex kit is all you need for 33's I am not sure which one you are reading on the website. He told me that new shocks were not needed either. if you are planning on doing BIG off-road trails higher then 3 you might consider shocks. For what I was using my 2019 for it suited just what I wanted. Removed factory rake (front 2" rear 1.5") and gave jeep that more aggressive stance.

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Panels off with Half-doors 3.jpg
Thanks just what I wanted to hear. I'm going to do your exact setup once my tires run low, Ive got 275-65-18 OC AT3 right now, don't ask me why I didn't go to the 70 right away, dumb on my part . I might combine that with heavy rubi springs and either Falcon or Fox 2.0 shocks. I just did jamboree at Killington and even their 3-5 trails where far more than I was expecting, I guess I was a naïve off roading rookie! But my girl got thru like a champ, didn't get stuck or hung up but scrapped some skids good and crunched a floor board, and of course some badge of honor scuffs on the wheels! Good excuse to get a bit more clearance and better rails. Cant say enough good about the OC AT3's they never wanted for grip very impressed with them and with what a stock wrangler can do...
 

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Thanks just what I wanted to hear. I'm going to do your exact setup once my tires run low, Ive got 275-65-18 OC AT3 right now, don't ask me why I didn't go to the 70 right away, dumb on my part . I might combine that with heavy rubi springs and either Falcon or Fox 2.0 shocks. I just did jamboree at Killington and even their 3-5 trails where far more than I was expecting, I guess I was a naïve off roading rookie! But my girl got thru like a champ, didn't get stuck or hung up but scrapped some skids good and crunched a floor board, and of course some badge of honor scuffs on the wheels! Good excuse to get a bit more clearance and better rails. Cant say enough good about the OC AT3's they never wanted for grip very impressed with them and with what a stock wrangler can do...

That's great. My bucket list plans with my Rubi is BOH trails. The wife took over my Sahara so when I retired early I got my Rubi. ;)

I just googled Killington, that looks awesome. Texas is kind of Trail Landlocked. We have few small off-road parks to use but that's it. There is only one that has BOH trail that I can see on the Jeep Badge Of Honor App.

Take Care and enjoy!!!! :rock::jk:
 

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