Alloy USA or Tera flex.....or best leveling kit for JTR???

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I was originally gonna go with that and run 35s but due to monetary constraints and that i realized that 95% of my driving is on pavement i decided to go with cheaper option. Plus Fierce Attitude MT 33s were on sale for $200/tire.
I had those Fierce Attitudes on my JKU for a while. Good Tires. If I remember right they are very similar to Duratracs with just a little more aggressive sidewall. The sidewalls are kind of thin and can punctured easily so be careful on rocks. However, I did en entire two days at Rausch Creek on them in my JKU and they did great in everything thrown at them.





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Here's my JTR with the Teraflex 1.5" front, Daystar 3/4" rear, with the weight of a winch and bumper. 315 Pats. Sometimes it looks like it still has a pretty good rake, other times it looks level, like in this picture. Go figure.

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Here's my JTR with the Teraflex 1.5" front, Daystar 3/4" rear, with the weight of a winch and bumper. 315 Pats. Sometimes it looks like it still has a pretty good rake, other times it looks level, like in this picture. Go figure.

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TJDave....thanks for the pic and info...Nice rig! I am still on the fence about what I really want to do so I ordered the 2.5" Skyjacker spacer lift as well as the 1.5" Alloy USA leveling kit....I still have about a week before I can complete the install so I have to decide by then...decisions decisions:idea:
 
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TJDave....thanks for the pic and info...Nice rig! I am still on the fence about what I really want to do so I ordered the 2.5" Skyjacker spacer lift as well as the 1.5" Alloy USA leveling kit....I still have about a week before I can complete the install so I have to decide by then...decisions decisions:idea:
I think you'll be more than happy with the Skyjacker kit, a front track bar, and a Fox TS 2.0 steering stabilizer. If I wasn't planning on doing some real heavy offroading (rocks, etc...) in the future, I would stick to the Skyjacker spacer kit that I currently have on mine. But since I plan on doing much more hardcore offroading in the future, I decided that while I have the money, to go ahead and swap in an all spring lift. Like I said, I'm completely satisfied with the Skyjacker spacer kit, but I plan on doing some serious offroading in the future, so it's best to run an all-spring lift without spacers, with adjustable control arms and stuff for terrain like that.
 

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I had the alloy usa and was happy. I ended up getting the iron rock 2in front and rear kit so i have all the lift I need and maintained the rake for towing. Worth taking a look at their product imo.
 

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I was originally gonna go with that and run 35s but due to monetary constraints and that i realized that 95% of my driving is on pavement i decided to go with cheaper option. Plus Fierce Attitude MT 33s were on sale for $200/tire.
I think this setup looks awesome! Was the install of the TeraFlex kit pretty easy?
 

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I think this setup looks awesome! Was the install of the TeraFlex kit pretty easy?
If you're gonna do it yourself without a lift make sure you have 2 sets of jack stands. If you know your way around a wrench it's not bad and instructions were easy to follow. I ended up just having it done when I had the tires put on. They did for $170, worth it to me not doing it myself.
 

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I put an alloy set under mine this past week. I honestly believe it and the daystar 1.5 are the exact same thing, as the product number on the spacers themselves are exactly the same in the molding.
 

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