Ok guys I have a 4" lift on my jeep but added a lot of weight PSC steel bumper, Winch, PSC steel brawler rockers, Air system, Keep my tools in the jeep at all times, and other crap that add weight to the jeep. And I know most of this is in my head but to me my jeep looks like its on a 2" lift. SO my question is to anyone with the RK 5.5" springs that have added a lot of weight to there jeep did it bring down the height any? I know there springs are rated for jeeps with weight but I live in Hawaii and dont want to pay for springs that will take 2-3 weeks to get here for me to try them out and have to spend another 2 weeks returning them to buy some other ones to get me to the rite ride height. I would like to get a little more lift than the 4" I had but not more than 5" PLEASE HELP.
That's a lot of weight brother. Regarding the tools, jeeps are not the best place for those things to stay in the long run. Good to have a few necessities but most of the tools I would ditch at home for peace of mind "theft" and some weight savings.
98 XJ 02 TJ 10 JK 13 JK
2013 JK - Lifted w/ 35s - Bilstein 5100s - Monster TB - Chopped Flares - Can't Keep It Clean
I had the same issue with my 3.5" kit so changed to 5.5 coils...Very happy now.
2011 JKU Rubicon, RK Pro Long with 2.0rr's, Synergy 5" coils, King bump stops, 40" Trail Grapplers, Allied Monster Beadlocks. Poison Spyder trail cage and RockBrawler rear, Expedition One's Stubby Core Series Front Bumper, ORO Swayloc, Currie Antirock, PR 60-80 5.38 ARB's, Much more..