Teraflex 1.5

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I was trying to find a decent Low CG (2" or less) lift with a multi rate spring a good shock package for my wifes daily 2020 JLU Willy's. I decided that I will wait and build my own adjustable link arms etc once I source a spring and shock that I like. I had followed the thread that @Rubi VT had started on this exact same idea, and realized that there are not many "kits" that provide this.

In the meantime, we were still playing on weekends and dragging skid plates and gas tanks...lol
I decided to throw a Teraflex 1.5 Performance Spacer Lift on until we go a different direction. Took 2+ hours and some beer.

Super easy install, everything fits as it should, rides identical to stock and added 2" up front and 1.5 out back.
No need for bump stop changes, as I did not change tire size and can still stuff them to the bump. You will hit full droop quicker in the stroke (you are 2" closer to being topped out on the shock) when you are articulating the suspension off-road, but nothing that will prevent you from playing.
This is what it looks like..

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I have the same lift, and recently went to 35" tires. I went ahead and installed longer bump stops in the rear, but left the front as is. Still haven't had an opportunity to see what happens when it's fully flexed..

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I went with the Teraflex 1.5" spacer lift to fit 37" tires on my JLR. Since my tires are larger, I did add Teraflex 2" bump stops. I have noticed when I go over a speed bump the rear end acts a lot stiffer (guessing that's because the shocks are extended an extra 1.5"), but I'm really happy with the results. At least on a Rubicon, it seems all you need is the 1.5" lift to run 37" tires with no issues.

PS- That front bumper looks awesome on your Jeep!
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Any reason you didn’t put the bump stops in when you did the lift? What’s the benefit?
 
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Any reason you didn’t put the bump stops in when you did the lift? What’s the benefit?
I did not need to limit the up travel. I did not have any rub with stock tires before, so it wont rub until I go to a bigger tire.
 

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oh ok i was looking at the bumpstops for mine since i'm going to a 35" tire. thanks
 
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