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Old 04-26-2016, 08:52 AM
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Re: Rear Lift

The Motorsport Tech are a great product. I had them on a lifted H3 Alpha for 3 years. Every time I checked the torque it was good. I just bought a set of used Borlas off of a member, but if I hadn't done that, the Motorsport Techs would have been my first choice.

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Re: Rear Lift

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The backs of my wheels have a small recess between each hole allowing for the studs to have clearence. I knew my wheels did. I am not sure what wheels do and dont but its easy enough to check. The 1.25 would clear either way but would def stick out more in the front. Also remember you may have to remove the 1" spacers with a spare as they do not have the resess. I ordered motorsport tech's. They were a great product and i have had zero issues. I checked the torque on them every 1000 miles in the begining. Never came loose
I believe Motorsport tech sells Bora spacers, which is what I bought too so that's good to know! It's been 10 days since I bought them, they can't come soon enough Haha
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Re: Rear Lift

Just ordered .5 jk front coil spacers for the rear. I will updated after the install
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Just ordered .5 jk front coil spacers for the rear. I will updated after the install
Yes, please let us know. And if you had it done or did it yourself. I am in the same boat wanting to raise ours 1/2"

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I will let you know!!! Yes i will do it myself!!
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I will let you know!!! Yes i will do it myself!!
Great, will paying attention to see how it goes. Where did you order from?
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Old 05-16-2016, 08:29 PM
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Re: Rear Lift

You guys aren't going to regret the .5" spacers! I am loving the look of my Jeep still.
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Re: Rear Lift

Will I need a rear alignment? I know that sounds funny but pretty sure a jeep has adjustment for alignment in the back.

I ordered mine from a local auto parts store using the part number from Quadratech in an earlier post.

Anyone able to tell me if I have load leveling shocks?

Anyone of experience with the air helpers. I plan on towing a 5k lb camper
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Load-Leveling Shocks: Do you have a factory tow hitch installed? If so, typically, yes

If you are simply putting spacers on top, IMO, probably not, but it wouldn't hurt.
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Bought the vehicle with 8k on it. Had a hitch and has the wiring harness for trailer brakes. I would think this is a factory installed hitch. If you look at the pic of the shocks on an earlier post i dont see how they are bigger around as people has stated load leveling are.
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Here are my load-leveling shocks, upsidedown pic...They are not Tokicos. What year is yours?
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