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Old 06-08-2010, 08:08 PM   #1
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Poly Performance lifts..

So since Im in the market for a small lift for my unlimited( no bigger than 2in), Im weighing all my options. The other day I stumbled across a great deal at Northridge for the OME kit. $815 includes coils, shocks, and front&rear jks trackbars.

Now I noticed that Poly sells a 2in. synergy starter kit. The only problem I have with this kit is that it retails for $715 without shocks..add polys monotubes and your up to $1200 shipped.

coil set - http://www.polyperformance.com/shop/...m-p-24296.html

shocks - http://www.polyperformance.com/shop/...t-p-16743.html



My question...Is polys stuff really worth the extra money? How good are there monotube shocks? What can I expect for quality from Polys kits? My jeep is a daily driver that sees 70% road and %30 trails. I dont want this thing to be bouncing around all over the friggin place, and I know that shocks are the main culprits for bouncy vehicles. In my TJ i almost went with OME shocks cause of all the ranting and raving about them but decided on bilsteins instead...they are very bouncy.

I dont mind spending money on quality products, but I also dont wanna waste money when I can be getting so much more...hence why i mentioned the package deal for the OME stuff.

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Poly's stuff is top notch. I wheel with several folks running their gear- in the Northeast, pretty much all you see is RK, Poly, and TF. Not really anything else, as it doesn't tend to last (TF bushings tend not to last either, BTW- ask me how I know )- Mark W.

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I found that out the hard way with REs rubber bushings too, lol.

So what do you think about thoses prices though, compared to the OME spring kit that comes with springs, shocks, front, and rear trackbar..shipped for 815.
Polys gonna run me 1200 just for springs and shocks.
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