|01-10-2009 11:36 PM|
|AzTJ||I've heard decent things about the JK lifts. Their TJ lifts on the other hand not so hot.|
|01-10-2009 11:19 AM|
Yes, it's the Superlift K921 4" kit.
Product Information (K921) · Superlift · www.superlift.com
Ever heard of it? Is it any good?
|01-09-2009 04:25 PM|
|AzTJ||Does that include shocks?|
|01-09-2009 04:01 PM|
|Krakatau4x4||Thanks man. I just got them to lower the cost $300 for the 4" so I'm going with it. I can't wait!|
|01-09-2009 02:52 PM|
Rubicons had Dana44 axles front and rear with lockers... Your X just has a rear Dana44 and a front Dana30 with only limited slip. Not a HUGE loss unless you really plan on wheeling the piss out of it.
If you're only going to do mild stuff, the spacer lift should be fine.
|01-09-2009 03:32 AM|
3" or 4" kit! I need help.
I just bought BFG M/T 315/75/16 KM2 for my 16x8 4.5 bs Unique 252 Series wheels and I am debating on a 3" lift or a 4" lift. The 3" is just a spacer kit. Does this do anything at all for off roading or is it just for looks? It's going to be $850 procomp, with install, for the 3" and $1300 installed for the 4" superlift. The superlift is the lowest quality of there 4" lifts but I'm not doing anything crazy and I don't have Rubicon for the heavy stuff.
I also have a choice of going with a 4" rough country lift but EVERYONE is telling me that rough country is junk. I do MOST driving on the streets BUT I am going to be camping and going to the mountain here a lot now that I have my jeep!
Last questons is since I have an Unlimited X instead of the Rubicon did I lose a TON of off roading capabilities? What do I need to know about what an X doesn't have and what a Rubicon does that may save my life or car!