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Throttle Out | Types of Jeep Lift Kits Explained

Leveling vs. Coil Spring Spacer Lift vs. Coil Spring Lift vs. Complete Coil Spring Kit

PAOLI, Pa. (Jan 2, 2019) – In this episode of ExtremeTerrain’s Throttle Out YouTube video series, Ryan Huck talks all about Jeep Wrangler Lift Kits. From Leveling Kits, to Coil Spring Spacer Lifts, to Coil Spring Lifts, and Complete Coil Spring Kits, Ryan discusses their pros and cons, as well as what each type of lift entails and why you might prefer one setup over the other.

“...whether you have a YJ, TJ, JK, or even the new JL this [information] is going to be pretty consistent across all of them...” – Ryan Huck

Which kits will help with aesthetics? Which ones will compliment existing modifications and help with correcting issues common with lifted vehicles like pinion and caster angle? Don’t miss this episode of Throttle Out!

Lift Kits featured in this episode include:

Mammoth 2 in. Front / 1 in. Rear Leveling Kit, Teraflex 1.5 in. Sport S/T1 Suspension Lift Kit w/ 2.1 Falcon Shocks, Rough Country 3.25 in. Suspension Lift Kit w/ Shocks, and Teraflex 4 in. Lift Kit w/ Flex Arms w/o Shocks.

View it here: https://www.extremeterrain.com/throttle-out-dec2018-5.html
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