|03-07-2008 10:22 PM|
|03-07-2008 06:54 PM|
|03-07-2008 06:21 PM|
|4Jeepn||In the world of lift kits, or any 4x4 product there will be those who swear by one brand and other's who think its the worst ever. There will be people who run one thing and never have an issue and other who keep busting it. Any thing can be broken, and anything can be made to work with enough time, energy and money.|
|03-07-2008 04:53 PM|
|2much||I can't speak about the RE. But I run the a Skyjacker 4" set up and I am happy with it, it was my understanding when I built my jeep that (not to put any others down) but Skyjakcer was top of the line, and like I said, I am nothing but pleased with mine.|
|03-07-2008 04:05 PM|
|1BLKJP||My experience with Skyjacker springs is that they always tend to sag quicker and easier than others. Especially RE. I ran RE 5.5" springs on my rig for 4 years and they didn't settle but about a half inch. Honestly all other things about the two rigs being equal I'd lean towards the one with the RE setup over Skyjacker.|
|03-06-2008 08:34 PM|
the RE gives about 5" of lift. IMO thatīs too much for a short arm lift. thatīs why most people buy the 4.5" lift with the 3.5" springs.
a friends 2.5" skyjacker is stiff. i donīt know the 4" skyjacker.
which shocks are installed with the 4.5" RE lift?
|03-06-2008 08:18 PM|
I am looking at two different jeeps. One has a 4.5 inch RE short arm Superflex lift and the other a 4 inch Skyjacker double flex short arm lift. I was told that the RE comes higher than advertised. True? What about the Skyjacker?