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Link for the 3.5" badlands 4dr non squatch?
 
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any reason to avoid 2” pucks?
In my opinion, no. Their will not be the improved handling of a strut change or coilover upgrade but will maintain factory ride with increased height.
 

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I would save for a legitimate lift and not a spacerkit personally.

more height does not always help offroad. I’d rather have more articulation.

If for looks,These will do the job nice.
Mainly for looks and pavement driving. Should be good then?
 

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any reason to avoid 2” pucks?
I would save for a legitimate lift and not a spacerkit personally.

more height does not always help offroad. I’d rather have more articulation.

If for looks,These will do the job nice.
Mainly for looks and pavement driving. Should be good then?
yep, that’ll be fine!

Off-roading is fine as well, you just don’t get the benefit of more flex
 
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