|03-05-2009 04:45 PM|
|RednekYJ||No, it depends on the Jeep. You would think they are all the same but I've had friends run a 4" lift with no sye or tcase drop and they had no problems. Other's I've seen lifted 2.5" and the driveline vibrates like hell around 35-40. You may want to look in to shims for the rear axle. A set of 2.5degree shims and your pinion angle should be golden.|
|03-05-2009 09:46 AM|
I will make sure to get the tcase kit also then.. thanks...
|03-04-2009 06:42 PM|
|03-04-2009 05:09 PM|
|03-04-2009 11:09 AM|
|zfender14||If your springs are really flat you definitely want to get a t-case drop. Get it at the same time (I got a tuff country) I dont think RC makes them. If you dont you will get bad vibs going down the road. There are some that are only $25, so if you want a cheap alternative to TC google it.|
|03-04-2009 12:04 AM|
|rob1208lv||ok i think i'm just going to skip all the upgrades.. thanks..|
|03-03-2009 11:44 PM|
|zfender14||I got the shock upgrade. They sure are stiff, and the ride is definitely stiffer than before. I also got the boots. Bought 4, but you should only buy two (you cant see the rear shocks so theres no need). I did not buy the stabilizer or arm and I am doing fine without. If you are doing this yourself even with moderate experience and a buddy, plan on devoting 7-10 hours unless you have an impact gun.|
|03-03-2009 10:43 PM|
Rough Country 2.5 Lift Kits
I have a 95 yj with no power steering if i buy this lift should i upgrade the shocks to the 9000?
and a Single Steering Stabilizer?
and a shock boot
and a steering arm??
cause my budget lift is now getting expensive?