I don't want to walk into your thread but, I was wondering the same thing. Though mine is going to be getting a 4 inch rough country and 33's. This is also my daily driver so, any info would be great as I don't want to destroy any thing while out playing some times.
Where in Missouri do you live?
Let's get out and throw some mud and climb walls.
That is the exact same setup I have. A lot of people say they run them with no problems, which I am sure is the case on lower mileage rigs that don't see much action. But I hear they put a side-load on the moving parts around your wheel, and causes accelerated wear. I know my ball joints, and bearings went out REALLY fast.
I had an older version. The only complaint I have is that they don't make the old style bushings anymore, so I had to buy custom sized poly bushings. And instead of wearing out multiple track bars a year, I used the stock track bar lower mount location and bought the rough country adjustable track bar. It lines up with the steering better, is much heavier duty, and the bushing is easily replaceable and readily available.
I guess I should clarify, the lift I have uses the factory track bar, and just mounts it in a different position. It is better to get a longer adjustable track bar. The factory track bar doesn't hold up well on lifted rigs.