rough country lifts are as cheap and incomplete as they come....im not looking for an argument or a description of how well your RC lift rides but i am askin you to not only compare prices of the lift kits and what they actually come with.....and then sit back and ask yourself why? is htis kit 400 buck cheaper.....oh b/c i should be buying another 400 bucks worth of stuff
"its a jake thing you wouldnt understand"
01 tj, custom 4 link f/r, no track bars, 44/9"combo and some 39 tsls on rockathons
I have driven in it, it drives well for me... But i've only driven 3 jeeps, I just want to know whether or not I should get rid of it and switch it or just keep it? I would also like to know if they are good for offroading?
first thing you have to do is wheel ur jeep... learn its strong points and its downfalls... then depending on what you learn from experience then decide on what kind of jeep you want to build... your lift may be fine for what you do or it may be inadequate..
1997 TJ, 6cyl, 4' Skyjacker, Custom Bumpers Front and Rear , Rocker Rails, Magna Flow Muffler, Light Bar , Custom Intake, Optima Yellow Top ,33x12.5x15 Procomp X-Terrain, Alpine Type S Audio, 10' polk sub, Recaro Seats.
i would just keep the current lift and upgrade the crappy components..
trackbars, control arms, shocks.. the coils would be the last thing i replace..
heck i bought a 2'' procomp lift.. only came with coils and shocks.. the only part of it still under my rig are the front 2'' coils.. i dont have aftermarket control arms yet so i took the rear ones out and running my stockers.. my acos lift it more tho..
i bought a jks trackbar for the front, some jks discos and jks rear adjustable swaybar endlinks
99 sahara :: 2'' coils (front), jks acos f&r, jks front trackbar, jks bl/mml, RE monotube shocks, hp30/d44, 33'' procomp mts, 15x8 eagle alloy 187s, hella optilux fogs, raingler nets, & more random junk::