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03-19-2014 10:54 PM
jayjeep
AdrenalineMotorsports llc in GA.

This internet company is a shame or a failing home based company. Without going into great detail I have talked with the local police dept. and the address is a cow pasture. Phone numbers are no longer in service or disconnected. Web site is pretty well done but on closer inspection some things are not right. I ordered a 2.5 RC lift and got no e-mail conformation or tracking number. In the process of getting money back through c-card company. Buyer beware I learned the hard way. Oh buy the way it was supposed to come with n2.0 shocks.
12-01-2012 04:07 PM
Brian05tj I'm gonna be ordering the Rough country ones this week !!
12-01-2012 12:35 PM
2003x
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When you installed the BPE was there a notice in ride height?, I'm guessing not but thought I would ask. When I'm ready to purchase new shocks those bilsteins will be on top of my research list !
No, there was no difference in the ride height.
12-01-2012 11:47 AM
Brian05tj
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I got my BPE's from RC. They were the cheapest and worked fine. The Bilstiens matched with RC springs ride great. Firm but soft on the road. I can't really explain it. Just when you switch over and the first ride you take, you can 100% tell the difference.
When you installed the BPE was there a notice in ride height?, I'm guessing not but thought I would ask. When I'm ready to purchase new shocks those bilsteins will be on top of my research list !
11-30-2012 09:50 PM
2003x I got my BPE's from RC. They were the cheapest and worked fine. The Bilstiens matched with RC springs ride great. Firm but soft on the road. I can't really explain it. Just when you switch over and the first ride you take, you can 100% tell the difference.
11-30-2012 03:16 PM
Brian05tj That was going to be my next question I saw the bar pin eliminators in the quadratec magazine and was wondering if those were any good, what are some other pluses to the billsteins ? If you don't mind explaining. thanx
11-30-2012 12:52 PM
2003x I ran their 2.2's, and had the same problem with the bushing. I changed the tops out with Bar Pin Eliminators and that solved the issue. I eventually changed my shocks out to Bilstien 5100's and have been much happier.
11-30-2012 12:23 PM
Brian05tj Bumpppp
11-28-2012 07:08 PM
Brian05tj
Anybody have rough country n2.0 shocks??

I have Rc 4 inch lift with Rc n2.0 shocks on my 05 Tj, my problem is the bushing on the passenger rear shock, keeps slipping out and ends up clanking around I have to pull the shock and slip the bushing back in at least once a month any body have any input ??

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