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Old 07-07-2014, 06:03 PM   #1
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Is "Zone" and "Mammoth" the same brand? XT Mag

See everyone talking about putting a zone lift on their jeeps. Well I just got my extreme terrain magazine (if anyone from XT reads this -- do you have any calendars left!?) and it had a mammoth 3 inch lift advertised. When I googled it I got reviews for mammoth and zone so I'm just curious. Anyone running this lift? How do you like it?

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Old 07-07-2014, 06:16 PM   #2
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zone has a great budget lift, probably the best one out there for the price in the 3" range or the combo 4.25"

i've never heard of mammoth

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Old 07-07-2014, 06:42 PM   #3
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Never heard of Mammoth here or other Jeep forums.
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Old 07-07-2014, 06:51 PM   #4
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I put the zone 4.25" combo on my 06 LJRubi, love it! Look at the vendors on here, I used Allen's Off-road
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def not the same, go zone. you're even saving some money by doing so

it almost seems like Mammoth is a XT brand and they just grabbed some coils, sj shocks, and a bracket and are trying to sell them
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See everyone talking about putting a zone lift on their jeeps. Well I just got my extreme terrain magazine (if anyone from XT reads this -- do you have any calendars left!?) and it had a mammoth 3 inch lift advertised. When I googled it I got reviews for mammoth and zone so I'm just curious. Anyone running this lift? How do you like it?
Shoot me a PM about the calendar.....

As far as Mammoth goes, they aren't Zone. Zone make some great kits and they're a great seller for us. Mammoth is newer in the Jeep lift kit space but they also make a really solid lift. The Mammoth 3 Inch Lift Kit comes with SkyJacker shocks that are known to be a quality choice for TJs and the everything else you need for a smooth install.

Let me know if you have any other questions about the kit or if you'd like a quote!

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any info on their coils, i couldnt find anything about them other than whats on XT's site
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any info on their coils, i couldnt find anything about them other than whats on XT's site
The springs in the Mammoth kit are made for them, in the USA. Every spring is shot peen hardened in increase strength and longevity. The springs are cycled and set so the ride height you get out of the box is contestant with you'll have for the life of the spring. You won't see further settling.

The manufacturing process includes verification of the spring rate as well as the finished height to ensure every spring is identical in rate and length. The rates are designed to provide an OEM ride so you're not sacrificing ride quality for height.

Please let me know if you have any other questions about the Mammoth Lifts!

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Old 07-09-2014, 02:11 PM   #10
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Wow pretty cool info. What about the Zone, anything made in America there?

Btw, thanks for the info via PM!
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michigan i do believe
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i thought BDS suspension manufactured zone products?
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i thought BDS suspension manufactured zone products?
they were separate companies that got bought up, now they are sister companies. it has been rumored that zone uses bds springs as their numbers are very similar, but i dont think that has been verified

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