Thinking of this one (with shocks and steering stabilizer) for my 2011 JK 2dr, and looking for opinions from anyone currently running this lift. Does it level the JK, or lift all 4 corners 2"? Allen makes these kits too good to pass up.
2011 Sport, AT, 16x8 Vision Warrior wheels, Falken Rocky Mtn ATS 285/75-16's, Rubicon Springs and shocks (1-1/4" lift), 4.88 gears. Pavement Ends front and rear bumpers.
I stuck with zones hydro shocks personally and they ride great for me. alot of nitro shocks wear out pretty quick, but it really just depends on the brand. you never know til alot of people have used them. I also agree with MTH about no steering stabilizer. and I would wait out on the disco's. Zone has a good rep and makes quality products.
Ryan - A good eye, a light foot, and a smart rig. Bolt-ons are boring
^^quick disconnects allow you to disconnect your front sway bar from your front axle more quickly than you would normally be able to do. Result is less stable handling at roadway speeds, but much greater ability to flex your front suspension while offroad and thereby maximize ability to keep 4 tires on the ground. Not necessary except on really (really) rough trails and rock climbing. Many never bother to get quick discos, they're just neat to have. Skip'em for now.
2010 JKU "Mountain" Edition
TeraFlex 2.5" Coil Lift : Old Man Emu Nitrocharger Shocks : 33x12.5R15 Goodyear DuraTracs : 15x8 Black Rock 909s : Other Stuff . . .