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Old 01-27-2011, 06:00 AM
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thanks for the pics..keep them coming
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Originally Posted by LidLess07X View Post
Lookin' good !!! My first round of mods on my 07 , I had Nitto Terra Grapplers in the same size with 1.5 Spidertrax wheel spacers accompanied by a two inch BB. Man that was perfect. I should have stopped there but had to have 37s. Oh well hindsight.
You say you should have stopped with 295s? Why do you say that? MPGs not great on 37s?
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Might as well add mine to the collection. 295/70/17 Toyo MT's on a Teraflex Leveling Kit w/ Spidertrax wheel spacers.



And comparing it to the stock Rubi tire:
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how about some Cooper STT's in this size? That is what I am thinking of, and would LOVE to see some more pics. of these! Anyone?
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Originally Posted by Merlin4979 View Post
Might as well add mine to the collection. 295/70/17 Toyo MT's on a Teraflex Leveling Kit w/ Spidertrax wheel spacers.
looks awsome!
What's a Leveling Kit? sorry i donno this lol
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Old 01-27-2011, 10:21 AM
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Originally Posted by speed2005 View Post
looks awsome! What's a Leveling Kit? sorry i donno this lol
Thanks. The Leveling Kit is from Teraflex. Here's their description:

This leveling kit adds 2" to the front and 1" to the rear, effectively leveling the 2 or 4 door's factory rake stance. The kit comes with front sway bar links. You can run a 33-34" tall tire with this kit. If you prefer to run the factory wheels, you may need wheel spacers for proper clearance. Fits 2007+ newer Wrangler and Unlimited models.

Here's the link to the product on the Northridge site:

http://www.northridge4x4.com/proddet...rod=TF-1155200


Basically, its an inexpensive spacer lift option to run up to a 34" tire (without messing around with any other parts on your JK that can happen when you start to lift higher). Works great!
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Originally Posted by speed2005 View Post
looks awsome!
What's a Leveling Kit? sorry i donno this lol
JKs come from the factory with a rake to the front. A leveling kit consists of coil spacers or springs that bring the front to be level with the rear while at the same time raising both a bit.

Here is the TeraFlex spacer leveling kit and here is the coil spring version.

On edit: Looks like Merlin beat me to it. lol
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Nitto Terra Grapplers
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Originally Posted by Merlin4979 View Post
Thanks. The Leveling Kit is from Teraflex. Here's their description:

This leveling kit adds 2" to the front and 1" to the rear, effectively leveling the 2 or 4 door's factory rake stance. The kit comes with front sway bar links. You can run a 33-34" tall tire with this kit. If you prefer to run the factory wheels, you may need wheel spacers for proper clearance. Fits 2007+ newer Wrangler and Unlimited models.

Here's the link to the product on the Northridge site:

http://www.northridge4x4.com/proddet...rod=TF-1155200


Basically, its an inexpensive spacer lift option to run up to a 34" tire (without messing around with any other parts on your JK that can happen when you start to lift higher). Works great!
Originally Posted by 4fit? View Post
JKs come from the factory with a rake to the front. A leveling kit consists of coil spacers or springs that bring the front to be level with the rear while at the same time raising both a bit.

Here is the TeraFlex spacer leveling kit and here is the coil spring version.

On edit: Looks like Merlin beat me to it. lol
Thanks guys. Just wondering, why does the JK have a rake? Must be for some reason
Also, are the springs a better solution vs the spacers?
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Originally Posted by rubiRI77 View Post
how about some Cooper STT's in this size? That is what I am thinking of, and would LOVE to see some more pics. of these! Anyone?
here are mine!! cooper stt's 295/70/17's on rubi wheels
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