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Old 12-12-2011, 10:30 AM   #31
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I just know that their dual adjustable front track bar is included in the kit.

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Old 12-12-2011, 10:46 AM   #32
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Sorry, yes you did tell me to check out this thread and I got tied up in the process...

Both kits are great kits. I would not think twice about running either on our JK! Here is how I look at it. The basic kits have just about the same items. The RK kit does come with the front track bar which is nice but it does not come with other things like the TF kit does. If the track bar is a concern though, TF does offer a matching one! I usually tell guys this... The TF kits can be thought about like this, they are a "all in one" type setup. You can get this kit and be ready to roll (well aside from some TF lifts now on the 2012's) be ready to roll as long as you have your wheels setup right. You HAVE to either have wheels with 4.5BS or wheel spacers but the kit is complete. Shocks and all. Now, the RK kits are a more "Custom" setup. You still have to add shocks, bumpstops, and do something with the break lines in the front. You can get a relocation kit or DIY them for about $10 bucks. Either way, you have to gather more for the RK kit.

Aside from that, both kit are great! Warranty is second to none on both. Great companies that have done their homework on the JK. You will not have any sagging issues or anything like that associated with cheaper lifts on the market. Also, these two kits give you a GREAT platform to build and grow on! Yes, there is things you can add to these lift to help out with handling and tunability but out of the box, they are a great kit. You can always step up to the next level or upgrade to it pretty easy with these.

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Old 12-12-2011, 11:00 AM   #33
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You answered all my questions.

Thanks a lot Jason
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I just know that their dual adjustable front track bar is included in the kit.
Got it?

I'm going with Taraflex only because they have cooler stickers
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You answered all my questions.

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Awesome! That is what I like to hear! Sorry I didnt get to this sooner...

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Old 12-12-2011, 01:44 PM   #36
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I'm going with Taraflex only because they have cooler stickers

Yeah, me too. Thanks for getting the info.
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