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05-04-2013 02:57 PM
kjeeper10 Control arm joints.
05-04-2013 02:22 PM
nighthawkrsx55 this is my first jeep, so im not sure what you are referring to but i would be glad to let you know once its all on
05-04-2013 01:47 PM
kjeeper10
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Originally Posted by nighthawkrsx55 View Post
i was able to pick up the 3" sport lift, the full set of adjustable upper/lower control arms, (sport lift upgrade kit), and the RS9000XL adjustable shocks from amazon, for 1450. 300 dollar rebate from rancho brings the price down to 1150 not bad for a "complete" suspension. I did buy the AEV procal from Quadratec to adjust for larger tires, since im going to go with 35's. the only thing that you could add if you wanted would be swaybar disconnects, but that's up to you. not really needed unless you are going to do some heavy crawling.


How are Ranchos joints ?
05-04-2013 01:02 PM
nighthawkrsx55 i was able to pick up the 3" sport lift, the full set of adjustable upper/lower control arms, (sport lift upgrade kit), and the RS9000XL adjustable shocks from amazon, for 1450. 300 dollar rebate from rancho brings the price down to 1150 not bad for a "complete" suspension. I did buy the AEV procal from Quadratec to adjust for larger tires, since im going to go with 35's. the only thing that you could add if you wanted would be swaybar disconnects, but that's up to you. not really needed unless you are going to do some heavy crawling.
05-04-2013 06:28 AM
kjeeper10 Or how about this ? http://www.wranglerforum.com/f33/ran...ft-232475.html

Check pricing info in the beginning of the thread. With Ranchos rebate option, people are getting a hell of a deal.
05-03-2013 08:28 PM
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Rancho Lift Kjt PERF678

Has anyone installed the 2.5" Lift kit that includes the coil springs and shocks. How easy was the install and what did you think of the ride after install ? Thanks.

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