Massachusetts Teraflex 1.5” Spacer lift for 4 Door $110 shipped

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I ran these spacers for about two weeks so they are practically new, The ride was great with the stock shocks and springs. In my opinion it’s the perfect amount of lift to run 35” comfortable and still retain OEM ride quality. The rear spacers are 1.5” and the front spacers are 2” to level out the nose down rake on the 4dr. Paid $160, sell for $110 shipped to the lower 48 states. In the box with all the hardware and instructions included. Again, this kit is practically new, save $50 and put it elsewhere on the Jeep.
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Not to put words in the op's mouth....
For me I started with these ( great ) then thought I need a full lift. I still running 315's. I'm thinking of going back to these. For mostly street driving these are so much better ( as stock ride ) then a full lift. In my mind.
 
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Not to put words in the op's mouth....
For me I started with these ( great ) then thought I need a full lift. I still running 315's. I'm thinking of going back to these. For mostly street driving these are so much better ( as stock ride ) then a full lift. In my mind.
Well said, but also depends on what kind of ride your looking for. If retaining stock ride characteristic is your priority, then these fit the bill
 

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How hard is this to install?
 
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How hard is this to install?
It is literally like installing a full lift kit minus the shocks. Teraflex has a lot of instructional videos on this lift but I would highly advise professional installation if you don’t have the knowledge and tools. Do not listen to people that say it’s easy, yes it’s easy for me and others who have installed lift kits before, but for someone who has never installed a lift I advise against jumping in head first by yourself.
 

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you guys think i can run these with rubi suspension for a while or will need to upgrade the shocks
 
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you guys think i can run these with rubi suspension for a while or will need to upgrade the shocks
The beauty of these are you can and should run them with stock shocks and springs. This is my Rubi before and after on these very spacers. This is the perfect starter lift in my opinion

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yeah i have this nasty stock rake on my sahara. anyone know what i should expect to pay with an install like this?
the install cost will be around 300~600 depend where are you going.. ( will charge almost same cost as any other lift install cost )
 








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