|03-26-2012 09:53 PM|
|rda616||You will find ride quality depends more on which shocks you choose then the springs with most of these lifts. Why not go with a savvy 3" progressive spring and some skyjacker hydros for shocks. I would use either a currie, or jks front track bar. And jks disconnects, or a currie anti rock if you have the coin. You will need longer rear sway bar links, a rear track bar bracket , bump stop extensions and a sye/cv combo.|
|03-26-2012 09:38 PM|
|408jeeper||What suspension did you get|
|03-26-2012 08:50 PM|
|05wrangler||i would look into ZONE for the price. also go with a daystar one inch bodylift, i have one in the box waitin to get my susp set up. they replace all the body mounts with poly mounts over just puting a puck in over the stock ones like other bl's do|
|03-26-2012 08:14 PM|
2003 Wrangler X Lift
hey i have a 2003 wrangler x and needed help with a lift.
I was going to do a 3" suspension lift with 1" BL to make a 4" lift total with 33's.
What brand of lift kits is the smoothest for road use?
I was in the budget of around $700
i know rough country use to be stiff, but what about the new n20 lift kit?
Also what about RCD, Teraflex, Rubicon Express, ZONE?
Which is the least Stiff on road/street use.