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04-18-2011 09:21 AM
rda616 If money isn't an object then clayton is the best bang for your buck. I have a re 3.5 sa kit on my tj now and it's been a good system, but any taller and I would have went with the clayton la kit.
04-17-2011 10:18 PM
saiyan slayr915
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Originally Posted by Rogerg View Post
I can only speak of and run Teraflex,Rancho and BDS.All of those are tough on the trails and rides smooth on road.Very good quality and awesome support.

As you can see everybody has their own brand preference so its gonna be a tough call for you.
your right. i am havin a tough time. i hear many good things about rubicon express, and most other lifts get very mixed reviews it seems... but RE is closed for the time being
04-17-2011 09:37 PM
Rogerg I can only speak of and run Teraflex,Rancho and BDS.All of those are tough on the trails and rides smooth on road.Very good quality and awesome support.

As you can see everybody has their own brand preference so its gonna be a tough call for you.
04-17-2011 06:54 PM
Irongrave Rock Krawler is good too but I second Clayton his stuff takes a beating and keeps running
04-17-2011 06:48 PM
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04-17-2011 06:12 PM
saiyan slayr915
quality lift kits on and off road

2003 tj 35" tires
what are some of the better types of lift kits available for 4" to 6" lift for rough trails? and what are the best names in the business as far as quality/reliability etc?

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