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    Additional Question on the 3.5” Game Changer:

    Does anyone know what the full “range” of travel is on a JKU after it’s installed? Assume you’d be using the 6 pack shocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mclerran11 View Post
    Additional Question on the 3.5” Game Changer:

    Does anyone know what the full “range” of travel is on a JKU after it’s installed? Assume you’d be using the 6 pack shocks.
    That’s really a subjective questions. Depending on how much bump stop you run, tire size, Fenders, and/or how much sheet metal you cut out.

    The six packs have a travel range of about 15” of travel based on collapsed and fully extended measurements.


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    Here’s why I ask: like a few others on this thread I find myself debating whether to do the Teraflex Falcon 3.3 shocks (really, really like them) or the MC 6 packs. It’s pretty clear that the 6 packs get some great range of motion, but I’d like to quantify it. If I chose to go Falcon, how much would I really lose, and would I notice it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mclerran11 View Post
    Here’s why I ask: like a few others on this thread I find myself debating whether to do the Teraflex Falcon 3.3 shocks (really, really like them) or the MC 6 packs. It’s pretty clear that the 6 packs get some great range of motion, but I’d like to quantify it. If I chose to go Falcon, how much would I really lose, and would I notice it?
    If you chose the Falcon Shocks, you will lose right at 4” of usable travel vs the 6 Pack’s. This is based off the 3.5” lift size. With that said the Six Packs are not for everyone. They require maintenance and special brackets for them to work. See the attached tables for reference.




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    That helps a lot! When you say “they require maintenance” What do you mean? What sort of maintenance like greasing them from time to time?

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    3.5 game changer with 6 packs and 35" procomps. Running with an epic amount of weight as you can see and it still sits pretty high.

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    Looks great. How is the ride with all that weight?


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    So I am looking at doing a 3.5 lift wth bfg 37's and a slight fender trim to maintain most coverage. This is on a 2011 2 door, anyone done similar? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by whataboutbob View Post
    So I am looking at doing a 3.5 lift wth bfg 37's and a slight fender trim to maintain most coverage. This is on a 2011 2 door, anyone done similar? Thanks
    I did a 2015 with a 3.5" Game Changer with 35's and there was a ton of room with the stock fenders for 37's!

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    Quote Originally Posted by whataboutbob View Post
    So I am looking at doing a 3.5 lift wth bfg 37's and a slight fender trim to maintain most coverage. This is on a 2011 2 door, anyone done similar? Thanks
    Should be plenty of room. Probably won’t need to cut the fenders because the BFGs run small.

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