|04-14-2010 11:31 AM|
|ashevilleyjmike||Here's my 2.5" RC lift with 31's. After the lift, I had vibration at 40mph, so I ordered a t-case drop kit and now it runs smooth. I'm happy with it....it's my DD.|
|04-14-2010 10:08 AM|
RC 4" suspension lift w/ 32's
|04-13-2010 06:36 PM|
4" RC lift with 31s. Go for it. I think it looks great.
|04-13-2010 05:59 PM|
|Blstr88||Definitely 4" RC...its the same price as there 2.5"! Might as well go 4|
|04-12-2010 07:13 PM|
|jpdocdave||it won't look that bad, if they were 235/75r15 it would look a little funny. i wouldn't worry, many people gotta roll around on 31's for a little while, i did on my first spring over.|
|04-12-2010 06:56 PM|
|shermz||i currently have 31's if i get the 4" i'll have to upgrade the tire size too? not right away but won't it look funny? also this is my daily driver|
|04-12-2010 06:52 PM|
i say do the 4", if you don't wanna spend the money on sye and d shaft it should come with a t case lowering bracket, that should take care of the vibes, and then do the sye and d shaft later when you got more money.
i hate body lifts.
|04-12-2010 06:51 PM|
|nyvulcanman||i would go with the 4 inch and a 1 inch body lift and i also would put in a sye thats what i am doin already have the lift and body lift now just waitng to get the sye to install everything at once|
|04-12-2010 06:48 PM|
2.5" or 4" rough country lift kit
I'm looking to lift my jeep but not sure if i should go with the 4" or the 2.5" with a body lift as well. I've heard the 4" can cause vibration. i don't like the way it looks when you lift the body too high so i'd rather get the 4" especially since its the same price as the 2.5". opinions?