|07-18-2010 11:29 PM|
|rellyynn||alright, thanks everyone for the help!|
|07-16-2010 05:32 PM|
|03 RUBI||If you're putting 33's on you may want to consider some sort of lift combo (like your 3.25" plus a 1" BL)that will give you a total of 4" +/- of lift. That will eliminate (most)any chance of rubbing due to flex while offroading.|
|07-15-2010 01:44 PM|
|Des||I bought the same lift from the RC site. you don't need the extras they advise to do the lift but I do suggest investing in an adjustable front track bar and a beefy steering stabilizer.|
|07-15-2010 01:40 PM|
I could give you a few other options that will be a lot better...not cheaper though. Although some people swear that there rough country lifts are great, the truth is they are at the bottom of the totem pole when it comes to quality lift kits. A big thing you will learn when building your jeep is the cold hard truth that "You get what you pay for."
You may buy the lift...install it and love it. In my opinion I would spend some more money and buy a better quality, and more complete kit.
|07-15-2010 01:27 PM|
About to order parts
Im going with the 33x10.5 BF Goodrich KM2s, ill be probably ordering those off tiretrack.com, for my wheels, im going to get the Series 52 wheel by Pro Comp, ill order that off of 4wd.com, and ill most likely get the Rough Country 3.25 Suspenion Lift from their website, unless anyone knows any better lift that may be cheaper and better.
I do have one quesiton about the RC lift. Im at the website and i have clicked on the Rough Country 3.25 lift, but its recomending me alot of things to buy to go along with it, but idk if i need any of it.
And is there any changes i need to do and/or is these good websites that im ordering off of?
Thanks so much