I was curious to know if any of you knew approximately how large this lift really is? Just to clarify, I am in no way interested in hummers, nor doing this to my jeep; However, I am still curious what a jeep with this lift would look like? The last picture is it next to my 4 inch lift, 35 inch tire jeep (the jeep sits under 6'6").
2014 JKR Granite Crystal, 5.13 Auto: RK X Factor 2.5 Inch Lift, Artec Front and Rear Truss, Artec Rear LCA Mounts/Skids, Poison Spyder HD Crossmember, Rock Hard Gas/TC/Evap/Oil Skids, Rough Country Front & Rear Diff Sliders, Nitto Trail Grapplers 37x12.5x17, Pro Comp 97 Series Wheels, Synergy Weld On Rear Trackbar Bracket, PSC Hydroassist, T6 Aluminum Tie Rod, G2 Gold Chromoly Axle Shaft.
God i thought i told him earlier if i wanted a huge hummer i would call his sister
1995 YJ Rio Grande 2.5l I4 Auto, random cheap mods, 16" TJ Rubi Rims Stealthed w/ 265/75/R16 Dynapro ATM, chopped front bumper, no trac bars, led interior lighting, Hella E-Code H4 Conversion headlights, gas tank vent line removed to fill all 20 gallons, saving money for metalcloak overline. pioneer audio system with 6.5" speakers in modded sound bar.
That is a Full Traction Suspension and have seen their lifts on Chevy 2500HD. Their SEMA truck had a 14/16" lift in 2011. The steering components use aluminum blocks. Of course you use hardened steel bolts so I think you see the weak spot. Most of these lifts actually sit on rubber bushings so there is very little flex. Nothing like spending an addition 10-15k in suspension and tires just to make that formidable trek to the local mall.
STUPIDITY IS NOT A FORM OF KNOWLEDGE.