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Old 05-12-2009, 10:51 PM   #1
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Trailmaster Lift

Has anyone ran or currently run any lift from trailmaster and/or know anything about them? I can get a good deal on a 3" suspension lift (used but still in good condition). I will need to get new U-bolts and shocks and am wondering if it is even worth the cost by the time i add these into it or just bite the bullet and pay a little more for a new rough country (or price comparable lift)? I would like to run 33's and not sure how they will ride undernieth a 3" lift? Although the springs look to be in good condition with it being used I'm sure they have sag - I pulled off an '88 wrangler.

Still fairly new to the jeep world and although I'm learning quickly by piecing mine together any thoughts/comments are greatly appreciated.

'93 Wrangler, 4.0 and completely stock (as it sits).

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Old 05-12-2009, 11:13 PM   #2
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look at the rubicon express lifts, from what i've seen on here they are getting MUCH BETTER reviews than the rough country, I don't know from experience but I am looking for a lift also and have been looking through a lot of threads for ideas and a lot of people are saying the RC lifts are just what they say ROUGH as far as the other lift I don't know if I've seen anything about it

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There's nothing wrong with Trailmaster lifts. I know the owners and they are good people. The used part however remains to be seen if it's a good deal. What will you be paying for the springs? Ubolts are fairly cheap and shocks can be as expensive or not as you want them to be.
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