|09-16-2009 09:53 AM|
|mudslinger150||you can add the 2" bb kit but you will need a SYE and CV drive shaft as mentioned earlier. you may need to screw with trac bars and CA's as well.|
|09-16-2009 09:01 AM|
|HamiltonLJ||The RC lift comes with everything you need for it! If you add the 2" BB you'll have problems! If you want 6 inches save and buy a 6" kit!|
|09-16-2009 01:19 AM|
I dont know how well that would work with the BB on top of the 4". Going that big you will definitely need a SYE. Advanced Adapters has a deal going on you buy there SYE and Toms Woods DS, its only 500 for the both of them. One of my friends got his SYE and DS from Advanced Adapters and swears buy them.
Advance Adapters SYE & Tom Woods Drive Shaft Combo | Engine & Transmission Conversion Adapters - Advance Adapters
|09-16-2009 12:42 AM|
OK I figured all that stuuf would need updated, but the kit comes with of course bigger coil springs,lower tubular control arms, solid tubular transfer case drop kit, and sway-bar links.
Rear: Lifted coil springs, lower tubular control arms, track bar drop bracket, and sway-bar links.
Shocks: Includes (4) RCa Hydro 8000 series shocks. Ok will this stuff cover it, or should I just use the new 4in lift and scrap my old 2in spacers? What about the drive shafts?
|09-16-2009 12:03 AM|
|sublimemaze||if the RC lift is a spring lift setup then maybe, but you would 100% have to replace the shocks your using with a 2 inch lift kit, and the track bars, sway bar links, and maybe steering box arm thing. If the RC uses anything but isolaters and springs to achieve its lift, then no way in heck could you stack them. At 6 inches your looking at some really diffrent controll arm,track bar, and steering gear lengths.|
|09-15-2009 10:42 PM|
OK so I have 2in spacers, but I want more lift, so i plan on buying in the near future a RC 4in lift, and I also would like to put my 2in spacers on top of that! Is this possable? is there any complications that would follow this? What about the drive shafts and the transfer case?