|05-17-2007 07:40 AM|
RUBICONVICT - How did you make out with your situation?
What was the resolution?
|05-16-2007 10:03 PM|
|05-16-2007 09:51 PM|
|Triple88a||You only need tranny drop if you have drive train vibes which are unlikely with BB..|
|05-16-2007 09:23 PM|
|05-16-2007 02:42 PM|
|1BLKJP||It's kind of hit or miss as to getting vibes from BB. Some do some don't. Go ahead and install it and then see what your jeep feels like. You are going to be the best guage for how your jeep handles before and after lifting it.|
|05-16-2007 02:37 PM|
Double check the Rubicon Express' installation sheet for the details. They make suggestions for what you need to add.
Shocks are not mandatory but if you want more travel (for off roading) you may want to consider them into your build. Make sure you buy the appropriate lenght shocks for your lift.
I will be lifting my '02 Wrangler shortly with the RE 3.5" SuperFlex kit. It comes with the transfer case lowering kit. I'm not sure you will need it for a 2.5" lift. I'm inclined to believe you would not but check the Rubicon details.
|05-16-2007 02:17 PM|
More questions on lift
Ok, so if I go with the TJ/LJ/Rubicon 2.25" Complete Budget Boost Kit without the shocks, can I add shocks after the fact?
Or is it a must to do both at the same time?
Do I need to add the transfer case spacer?
Will run 32" tires....31.7" actual