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08-08-2006 07:46 PM
tiger22
skyjacker

don't get me wrong, i am not saying that they are terrible or anything, and the shocks might turn out to be great. but by the looks of them, i see them wearing pretty quickly. next time i will research a little better and find a better built and higher quality product... in the end i guess the saying is always correct, "you get what you pay for".
08-08-2006 05:53 PM
1BLKJP I've also seen their springs sag way faster than others.
08-08-2006 03:58 PM
JeepCrawler98 The big issue on MOST of their products is shitty welds and heim joints that wear out too quickly. Other than that, they're 'okay' - nothing to get excited about, like most lifts from manufacturers with a very broad range of vehicles (Rancho, Skyjacker, Tuff Country, etc.) Generally on the overpriced side because of it.
08-08-2006 12:35 AM
bluvikng Now I have to change my statement.............I have heard that some like it, and some don't............
08-07-2006 11:44 PM
Nick I have a 4" skyjacker [for a yj though] and i have no complaints
08-07-2006 10:16 PM
hardstuff i have the 6 inch rock ready lift by skyjacker and i love it!
08-07-2006 09:14 PM
mrbigjeep i only have one friend with a skyjacker lift but he actually loves it
08-07-2006 08:54 PM
bluvikng I have not heard very many positive reports about Skyjacker.
I should change that too......"any".
08-07-2006 08:21 PM
bmanrkg3 whats wrong with skyjacker?
08-07-2006 06:40 PM
1BLKJP No, that thing is only about a 1/4" thick. Just enough to level out the front from the rear.
08-07-2006 06:37 PM
tiger22
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Originally Posted by 1BLKJP
Yeah, I would say that's why you are getting a bid of uneveness with everything else being consistent. Hell we used two sets of those upper spring pads on a buddy of mines TJ to level out the front from the rear when we put a new RK lift on it.
yeah, i am just wondering if it is going to put to much stress on the sway bar links though...
08-07-2006 06:31 PM
1BLKJP Yeah, I would say that's why you are getting a bid of uneveness with everything else being consistent. Hell we used two sets of those upper spring pads on a buddy of mines TJ to level out the front from the rear when we put a new RK lift on it.
08-07-2006 06:21 PM
tiger22
budget boost question

i have a 2.25 coil spacer lift and was just wondering, when you put it on are you suppose to leave the stock spacers in the front on also. i have had the lift for about a week and it looks like the front end is a bit lower than the back. i understand about the weight issue but is that why i should have left them on? any help appreciated...

by the way... i will never use a skyjacker product for the rest of my life!!!

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