|01-19-2012 12:10 PM|
Yes, it includes the kit, wheels, tires, and installation.
I probably won't buy any upgrades just yet, I was planning on riding stock for at least 6 months just to make sure I don't drop a bunch of extra cash on a possible lemon. (Had absolutely nothing but fun so far though)
I haven't had a chance to take it off-road as I've only had it a week and I'm in classes, lectures, studying and all that stuff for 60+ hours a week, which include extra-curricular.
That is a great idea to take it out while still stock. It's on my top priority list.
I also just found the lift kit review sticky thread which I have been studying while I should be paying attention in class!
|01-19-2012 10:49 AM|
I think if they are doing the install, its a good deal. The tires new will run about 250/tire, wheels 100/wheel, add in the cost of lift 400. That alone puts the cost at around 1800 without the install, taxes, shipping, etc...
If you have never taken your jeep offroad, I would recommend doing that while it is still stock. You can see what type of trails you like, which can help you decide on what updgrades to do.
|01-19-2012 10:32 AM|
Are the tires new? Are they doing the install or are you?
The lift kit itself probably runs around 400. If the tires are pretty much new, I would say that is a good price for those tires and wheels.
You can also sell your stock tires and wheels for a few hundred to help offset some of the cost. I've done that twice so far.
|01-19-2012 09:46 AM|
Deal or no Deal?
Hi, I'm new to these forums and have been the proud owner of an '05 stock TJ for about a week now. I've already found myself wearing out the search function on this forum. It's been great.
So simple question, is this a good deal, fair deal, or rip-off? This is assuming that the installation is actually legit.
97-06 Jeep Wrangler NEW Rough Country 3.25" lift, MT 33's, DC2's