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04-17-2013 09:27 PM
offroad cowboy
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Originally Posted by MaritimeJeep83 View Post
600! jesus H, we get raped down here in the maritimes for cost of equipment and parts...specifically auto. You mentioned short arm, is there a difference in performance and riding In short arm compared to normal kits? :cheers:
The short arm kit is, stronger than the stamped tin they use stock. not sure about how much for a Clayton kit but could find out. Mine is custom 3 and 4 link. I know a few guys running Clayton lifts and they work great! I run the Clayton coil buckets on my frt diff. Its a 78 Waggy Dana 44. My jeeps a 99 TJ
04-17-2013 12:07 PM
wesley.vienneau
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Originally Posted by MaritimeJeep83 View Post

ill hafta look into that man, that sounds like something id like to look into, plus its not to far away. im getting it all done middle may so ill keep in touch. what would he charge?
Way less then aftermarket i can't say for sure i will in box u my number
04-17-2013 11:53 AM
MaritimeJeep83
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Im in bathurst my buddy down the road can make u some he work with rubber its Ben 25 years and everyone around here says he's the man
ill hafta look into that man, that sounds like something id like to look into, plus its not to far away. im getting it all done middle may so ill keep in touch. what would he charge?
04-17-2013 11:47 AM
wesley.vienneau
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really? I wonder if I could get some custom ones made. are they a rareity to get custom bushings? Im in New Brunswick, Saint John. You use any performance enhancers I.e gas flow limiters? im interested in installing one
Im in bathurst my buddy down the road can make u some he work with rubber its Ben 25 years and everyone around here says he's the man
04-17-2013 11:38 AM
MaritimeJeep83
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I wore them mine out went to see my buddy and he made me some its a world of difference where in the maritimes are u from
really? I wonder if I could get some custom ones made. are they a rareity to get custom bushings? Im in New Brunswick, Saint John. You use any performance enhancers I.e gas flow limiters? im interested in installing one
04-17-2013 11:19 AM
wesley.vienneau
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I wore them mine out went to see my buddy and he made me some its a world of difference where in the maritimes are u from
And the drive is almost like factory for a lift and 35s that's good
04-17-2013 11:17 AM
wesley.vienneau
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Buddy of mine also said the same thing. said- to avoid the headache just stick with rubber cause if ya go offroad (which I do) ur lookong at breaking them.
I wore them mine out went to see my buddy and he made me some its a world of difference where in the maritimes are u from
04-17-2013 11:11 AM
MaritimeJeep83
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Go rubber
Buddy of mine also said the same thing. said- to avoid the headache just stick with rubber cause if ya go offroad (which I do) ur lookong at breaking them.
04-17-2013 10:48 AM
wesley.vienneau
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I was gonna go with urethane? thoughts?
Go rubber
04-17-2013 10:31 AM
RevCo666
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Originally Posted by MaritimeJeep83 View Post
Thanks for the welcome RevCo, I have been the same for the past 4 years, in keeping him stock, im buying another here in the next month or 2 so I decided to take the leap into upgrades. See how she goes from there, but have the stock backup just in case it goes south

Your welcome, I have no qualms about upgrades ect but my philosophy is based on needs and wants and I have no wants I'm only into simply mods that won't decrease my MPG or cosmetic stuff only. Atleast you have a backup, most ppl don't so I hope you can get your rig the way you want it!!
04-17-2013 10:27 AM
MaritimeJeep83
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Welcome to the forum bud, I wish I could help with additional info but I'm trying to keep my jeep as stock as I can.
Thanks for the welcome RevCo, I have been the same for the past 4 years, in keeping him stock, im buying another here in the next month or 2 so I decided to take the leap into upgrades. See how she goes from there, but have the stock backup just in case it goes south
04-17-2013 10:26 AM
wesley.vienneau
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Welcome to the forum bud, I wish I could help with additional info but I'm trying to keep my jeep as stock as I can.
Nothing long with a stock jeep i seen one whit 33s 12.5 go,s good
04-17-2013 10:24 AM
MaritimeJeep83
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Originally Posted by wesley.vienneau View Post
Its all in the bushings
I was gonna go with urethane? thoughts?
04-17-2013 10:21 AM
RevCo666
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Originally Posted by MaritimeJeep83 View Post
Thanks wesley appreciate the welcome. ill be sure to do more research in waiting for some replys. :cheers:
Welcome to the forum bud, I wish I could help with additional info but I'm trying to keep my jeep as stock as I can.
04-17-2013 10:13 AM
wesley.vienneau
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Originally Posted by MaritimeJeep83 View Post

600! jesus H, we get raped down here in the maritimes for cost of equipment and parts...specifically auto. You mentioned short arm, is there a difference in performance and riding In short arm compared to normal kits? :cheers:
Its all in the bushings
04-17-2013 10:10 AM
wesley.vienneau [QUOTE="offroad cowboy;3647477"]
WOW!! I only paid $600 for a rough country 4" short arm kit in Alberta. And there crap!! since than i upgraded, only thing left from the kit is the coils now. Clayton makes a great kit, very strong and awsome flex![/QUOTE

How much did u pay for the Clayton?
04-17-2013 10:09 AM
MaritimeJeep83
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Originally Posted by offroad cowboy View Post
WOW!! I only paid $600 for a rough country 4" short arm kit in Alberta. And there crap!! since than i upgraded, only thing left from the kit is the coils now. Clayton makes a great kit, very strong and awsome flex!
600! jesus H, we get raped down here in the maritimes for cost of equipment and parts...specifically auto. You mentioned short arm, is there a difference in performance and riding In short arm compared to normal kits? :cheers:
04-17-2013 10:06 AM
MaritimeJeep83 Thanks wesley appreciate the welcome. ill be sure to do more research in waiting for some replys. :cheers:
04-17-2013 10:03 AM
offroad cowboy
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Hey everyone, new to the forum. I recently have been mulling over the question of getting a lift installed in my 05' TJ Sport. The local hot shop for kits and installation in my neck of the woods carries Rough Country kits and are charging $1300 for a 2.5" lift. In researching, ive seen alot of Old Man Emu, and OME. Whats the best one out there? This wont be a Budget Boost, but id like to know what my options are. Any help is appreciated
WOW!! I only paid $600 for a rough country 4" short arm kit in Alberta. And there crap!! since than i upgraded, only thing left from the kit is the coils now. Clayton makes a great kit, very strong and awsome flex!
04-16-2013 11:15 PM
wesley.vienneau Welcome to the forum. B-) From what i see all lifts got there pros and cons best bet wait and see what everyone says
04-16-2013 10:24 PM
MaritimeJeep83
Best Rated 2.5-3" Suspension Lift Kit

Hey everyone, new to the forum. I recently have been mulling over the question of getting a lift installed in my 05' TJ Sport. The local hot shop for kits and installation in my neck of the woods carries Rough Country kits and are charging $1300 for a 2.5" lift. In researching, ive seen alot of Old Man Emu, and OME. Whats the best one out there? This wont be a Budget Boost, but id like to know what my options are. Any help is appreciated

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