|09-26-2011 10:41 PM|
Another one here that will give you a little better quality for the price you are looking at.
Rustys Offroad: TJ Wrangler 3" Advanced Kit
|09-26-2011 10:29 PM|
that 6in lift will cost you another grand easy. between SYE, and CV drive shaft new track bars. new links in a year when the RC joints fail ect
spend your money once and do it right, you also get a lot more for your money with a better company
Clayton their starter kit blows RCs stuff out of the water
TJ 4.0" Entry Level Short Arm Lift Kit
|09-26-2011 10:28 PM|
|JPC25||Well i have the 4" $500 one so im not sure about the Xseries.. I think i has to do with more and better flex but dont hold me to that. In my opinion for the slight price difference i would definetly go with the 6" lift|
|09-26-2011 10:22 PM|
|09-26-2011 08:00 PM|
Lets start this off by saying, i know its a budget lift company, but i like the work they do and it fits my budget.
NOW! I cant decide between the 4" N2-Series ~$500, 4" X-Series ~$1,000, 6" X-Series ~$1,050. Clearly there is a difference in the N2 and the X series, can anyone tell me what that is? Also, since there is only a $50 difference should i just get the 6"?