|12-29-2007 07:48 PM|
|crafty||It can also put your rear driveshaft in a bind. It is believed that is what caused damage to the yoke and gears in my rear axle. My 33's no longer fit so I did some trimming on my rear tub and switched to the TJ flares until I got enough stuff gathered for my build.|
|12-29-2007 02:38 PM|
|mmasuperman12||it flattens because the springs are junk. they sag after a year....i know from experiance. i put on a BDS lift after my rough country lift and added the BDS shocks as well...it rides so nice now and it went up 3 inches from a lift kit that was a year old. i honestly didnt think it sagged so much untill i measured before and after. it looks great after you do it but give it 6-8 months you will be rubbing when you flex. dont waste your time on a junk lift. my BDS lift has been in for 6 months now and still sits just as high. i got the springs for 86$ per axle from an offroad store here back home and it was like 20 for bushings and 15 for new Ubolts. the only thing i didnt get from it being a full kit was T-case drop and new pitman arm because i had those already....but you said it already you get what you pay for and rough country just aint worth it im my opinion. plus i got in a wreck with mine and the springs folded into a Z like shape...made for a good picture but no one has ever seen one like it.|
|12-29-2007 01:01 AM|
why would it flatten? what happens if it does?
|12-28-2007 08:53 PM|
My rig was my only transportation for years, go with BFG M/T. They wear and perform very well. If you go with a cheap kit keep track of the height of your vehicle. If it starts to flatten out it can cost you lots of money in the future if you don't notice it in time. <---my Rough Country experience.
Where are you in Florida?
|12-28-2007 11:33 AM|
|nycom96||I love my Rough Country Lift. I highly recommend Mickey Thompson MTZ'S|
|12-28-2007 08:48 AM|
|cowboyhill||hey man look order a rought country lift and buy eather some bfg muds or retreads just depends on the size|
|12-27-2007 07:58 PM|
|orange05tj||I have a friend who is running that kit on his YJ and he loves it. I'm not recommending Pro Comp MT's because I have them now and they suck.|
|12-27-2007 07:50 PM|
|Justin||oh my jeep is a daily driver 4.2L. if you want i can send you the email address from the guy i got my kit from too. took about 1 week to come in or soo....|
|12-27-2007 07:48 PM|
thats the same kit im running, except i paid 405.00 shipped. i asked around first too and got a lot of mixed opinions. a lot of ppl say to save your money and get something better, but i cannot complain i love it so far.
also you can upgrade the springs down the road if you want, if you end up not liking the ride. im a fan so far.
as far as tires, i bought some 33 inch PRO Comp Mud Terrains for pretty cheap. depends on the size you want. mine perform awesome on the road and was a monster on the snow this past couple of weeks. i also tossed on a 1.5" shackle lift. i dont think you can retain you stock shackles with the lift (not sure)
|12-27-2007 07:24 PM|
cheap lift kit
wall LA ! my friend been telling me that i can get a cheap lift kit for my jeep. so i went looking on the internet and found a kit for $429.00 . It looks decent to me, but i do not know a whole lot about springs and shocks. But what i do know is you get what you pay for. And i want a lift badly, this cheap kit seems attractive. So when things are cheap and attractive somebody has to tell me what is wrong with it. also if anyone has a kit tell me everything about.
cheap ON - OFF road tires
i do not do a whole lot of off roading yet, but i do alot of mudding. i drive the jeep mostly on the road. so the question do i get on - off road tires or can i use off road tires on the road, does off road tires wear fast on the road?