Teraflex 2.5" Spacer Lift or Rough Country 2.5" Spacer Lift?

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I am wondering the same myself. I want to keep the factory rubicon wheels so my wife doesn’t notice!
 

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Looks to me that Teraflex is 3/2.5 and RC is 2.5/2. I’m leaning towards RC because a lot of great reviews and quality parts for the price.

I wish RC was 2.5/2.5. I don’t want the front looking taller especially when I’m hauling a load in the back or pulling the atv trailer.
 

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I don’t mess with spacers lifts but if that’s what you’ve decided on, I’d suggest the teraflex. We’ve removed both brands and my vote goes to TF. Please at a minimum get the mopar lower control arms for the mopar lift ($60) to correct the caster though.

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My brother has the teraflex spacer lift on his JL and it has held up really well over the last two years. However, it is a rougher ride than a traditional full suspension lift. Also, on trails he does not have as much articulation as my suspension lift. If you're just looking for ride height gain for larger tires, with limited plans to take if off the beaten path, then spacers are an ok choice. If you're planning on hitting the trails often, I would get a traditional spring and shock lift.
 
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After starting the thread, I decided to go with the RC and I am very happy with it. Obviously, I cannot speak for the TF....
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After starting the thread, I decided to go with the RC and I am very happy with it. Obviously, I cannot speak for the TF....
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Looks great! What is your tire size? Did you had control arms or anything to correct any alignment issues or just the lift? I hear you don’t need anything else from some and others say you absolutely do... I’m sure every Jeep is a little different.
 
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Looks great! What is your tire size? Did you had control arms or anything to correct any alignment issues or just the lift? I hear you don’t need anything else from some and others say you absolutely do... I’m sure every Jeep is a little different.
37" Patagonias. nothing else but the lift. Jeep behaves perfectly as it did before the lift
 

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I’ve had RC spacerlift on my 19 Sport S for about 6 months. Have a steel front bumper and winch. I’ve run blue trails at AOAA and Raush creek on stock tires with no issues. Just went to 35’s and I still have no alignment or pulling issues with toyo open country at2 tires and black rhino Barstow 17x9.5 -18 offset.

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