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New leveling Kit




Fresh to the market, nice compromise to minimize excessive factory drive angle

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http://www.tuffcountry.com/NewFiles/42006.pdf

http://www.suspensionconnection.com/...-leveling.html
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Re: New leveling Kit

The Front End of my 3.6 x is exactly 1.75 lower than the rear, 33.25" front 35" rear!

I'm placing my order and bolting on with the rhinos!!
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Re: New leveling Kit

I might have to take a closer look at that. Anyone here have this installed on their WK2? I'd love to see pictures.
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Im not sure if works with QL
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Im not sure if works with QL
Has anyone tried these or heard of any problems?? They look great to me
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Re: New leveling Kit

No personal experience, but when looking at lifts before we traded the wrangler, most tuff country suspensions ride rough, and use metal bushings/spacers/etc. vs poly or rubber components. Just what I've heard for wrangler stuff, couldn't view the kit, link didn't work for me.
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