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So I've been looking at these 2" cnc spring spacers for my 2004 DII se7 and they say they are for a non air ride rear. Does anyone have any experience with these? I want to do a 2" ome or terrifirm kit as well and wondered if there was any downside to these lift spacers?

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Or maybe someone knows a good source other than an ome or terrifirma for a 3" lift? Some prices would be good too
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As I know 4 Wheel Online can source out 3"lift for your ride they also cater OME in their line up.
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I recently installed similar aluminum block style spacers (can't remember the retailer name) along with a set of terrafirma + 2" shock set and terrafirma steering Stabilizer. My truck is a factory spring suspension without a.c.e.
I wanted to try and keep the ride of the factory spring rates while increasing ride height.
I am very happy with the outcome!
Terrafirma is high quality in my opinion.
Very happy with the ride on and off road.

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You are correct redtruck12 I have lot of friends uses Terrafirma and all of them are well content, the only down side is the price tag.
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I just added the 2" blocks on my truck w/ ACE. Haven't upgraded anything else; still stock shocks, steering, ECT. The ride is great on and offroad and the attenuation is still better than most Jeeps. I do plan to add the extended break lines and 2+ shocks, but looking at the rear of the Disco II I need the break lines first. They are close to their max reach with stock shocks.

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