If you own a Jeep Wrangler JK and are looking to fit a slightly larger tire for improved trail performance and a more balanced appearance, consider the Budget Boost form TeraFlex. This kit is very affordable and easy to install. The kit comes with six easy-to-install polyurethane coil spacers that increase vehicle height by up to two inches up front and one inch out back, providing a level stance without sacrificing ride quality. 1.The Budget Boost kit allowed our donor JK to accept a slightly larger-than-stock General Grabber AT2 tire (305/70R16) without rubbing issues; TeraFlex claims that this leveling kit will accept up to a 34-inch-tall tire with an aftermarket wheel with the proper backspacing. With OEM wheels, you may need to run wheel spacers to prevent rubbing with some 33- to 34-inch tires.1. The Budget Boost kit allowed our donor JK to accept a slightly larger-than-stock Genera 2.This is the complete Budget Boost kit from TeraFlex. Included are six individual polyurethane spacers: two for the rear and four for the front. The system allows users to customize the end result by allowing the option of lifting each end of the vehicle one inch, or one inch in the rear and two inches up front. Additionally, the kit includes a pair of longer sway bar end links to correct sway bar geometry. Notice that the new end links include zerk fittings to enable servicing for noise-free operation.2. This is the complete Budget Boost kit from TeraFlex. Included are six individual polyur 3.To install the Budget Boost setup, each of the vehicle's axle housings need to be lowered from the chassis while the frame rails remain in a stationary position, supported by jack stands. We started with the front of the vehicle. We found the easiest way achieve this was by placing two individual floor jacks under the front axle housing. With the front tires removed, we took off each of the front sway bar end links. Next, each of the lower front shock mounts were removed. This allowed the front axle to be free enough to droop out an additional four inches, releasing pressure on the front coil springs. Each coil spring was removed to allow access to the bump stop mounts.3. To install the Budget Boost setup, each of the vehicle's axle housings need to be lower 4.With the bump stops mounts easily accessible, we simply installed the two individual spring spacers per side as shown. Next, we re-installed the factory rubber spring isolator pads over the Budget Boost spacers. Reassembly was the reverse of the disassembly procedure.4. With the bump stops mounts easily accessible, we simply installed the two individual sp 5.The rear of the Budget Boost installs much the same as the front, sans sway bar removal.5. The rear of the Budget Boost installs much the same as the front, sans sway bar removal SOURCES TeraFlex 5241 S Commerce Drive Murray UT 84107 801-288-2585 www.teraflex.biz By Robin Stover Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!