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02-04-2013 02:20 PM
Wattapunk You need to research more or have those that run 4" SL chime in. For those that run Rocky road shocks, not too many are impressed with ride quality, hence the low price. That 4" trailblazer kit doesn't include extended bumpstops, which are extra. It states 4" OME coils with spacers ? doesn't state what size spacers and why ?. At 4", I think a SYE/DS is recommended. I have a feeling you will end up needing way more than that $800 kit advertises.
02-04-2013 01:25 PM
BigCrave Cool, I was just going to do a quality BB and came across that. I may decide to go for it and see.
02-04-2013 11:32 AM
ken78744 I read over it, it looks to be a good deal for your demand just a dd and light offroading and you should be fine...
02-04-2013 11:28 AM
Good or bad idea?

I tried seacrching for reviews on this but didn't have much luck. Can you guys offer any suggestions?

It's a Rocky Road Trailblazer kit using OME springs and spacers, Rocky Road shocks w/ upgrade option, adjustable front and rear track bars and rear lower shock mounts for just under $800. This would be on a DD with light offroading and no rockcrawling. Good or bad idea?

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