budget boost vs pucks

Old 02-20-2017, 09:08 AM
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Originally Posted by Mike Romain View Post
The body lift stresses the crap out of the mounting points and 'only'
allows for larger tires, it has no advantage for clearance. 2" is
really pushing the structural limits for lateral stress on the mount
points, even with proper 'mounts'.

And 'pucks' are the wrong term for a body lift. Using pucks is a good
way to die or wreck your Jeep. They do not have the structural strength
of a proper body mount and can fail in an impact allowing the body to
part company with the Short body lift 1-1.25" is fine on a JK if you get the right kit.

Coil spacers are an excellent way to get some extra ground clearance without sacrificing ride quality. But, you MUST still use a complete kit like the TeraFlex Performance Budget Boost, which has all the proper brackets for the lift geometry. You can't just throw 4spacers in and call it good.
Nothing wrong with a short body lift on a JK if you get the right Kit.

The Budget Boost spacer lift is a great way to get some ground clearance without sacrificing ride quality. But you must get a complete kit with all the proper brackets such as the TeraFlex Performance Budget Boost. You can't just throw 4 spacers in and call it good.
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