|02-20-2011 02:22 PM|
|CapnDean||Yeah I bought my kit off of somebody who went taller - - It was dirt cheap that's for sure... I have a set of adjustable shocks I am gonna try... BAM what a ride!|
|02-20-2011 11:03 AM|
|Merle Swaggard||Post a pic !! I would upgrade pieces at a time to make it better mix and match springs and shocks|
|02-20-2011 10:31 AM|
|02-20-2011 10:18 AM|
|02-20-2011 09:53 AM|
|yjkid95||Shocks make a huge difference in ride. The rough country shocks or notoriously stiff. If you get a set of skyjacker hydros (a much smoother ride with them) you should notice a good difference,|
|02-20-2011 09:47 AM|
What do you expect for the price? Mine rides WAY too stiff, but for the $$ I can deal.
Btw-it doesn't soften up.
|02-20-2011 09:37 AM|
My rear control arms ar both arc fab 4x4 adjustable. The front Control arms are stock upper and RC lower.
So I spose nobody has figured out how to ease off on this kit huh? I thought the springs were awfull stiff going.... Thank heavens I got the kit on the cheap.
|02-20-2011 07:45 AM|
|T2000J||The name say's it all Rough Country|
|02-20-2011 12:13 AM|
New control arms, or stock?
RC has some of the lowest quality junk. I'm going to be ditching my RC lift come spring for some rubicon express springs.
|02-19-2011 09:13 PM|
|02-19-2011 09:04 PM|
RC 4" Lift
Hokay so I put on this 4" Rough Country lift. Now my jeep rides like a hay wagon and has a slight bump steer.
Is that just what I am gonna have to live with or is there a way to make it easier on the bumps?
I have a set of adjustable shocks that I can engineer to fit (both ends are bushing holes so I will need a Bar Pin Eliminator for each shock)
Or is it gonna be this way no matter what I do?