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Old 05-21-2016, 08:57 PM
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Need help with lift kit

Afternoon to all. Been contemplating & researching lifts for 2016 wrangler unlimited & can't come to a decision . Looking at rough country 2.5 w/ shocks , coil spring not spacers. Any opinions ? Or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. On a budget & just want to run 33 or 34 tires. No extreme rock crawling but will be off-roading . Thanks & have a great day.

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Afternoon to all. Been contemplating & researching lifts for 2016 wrangler unlimited & can't come to a decision . Looking at rough country 2.5 w/ shocks , coil spring not spacers. Any opinions ? Or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. On a budget & just want to run 33 or 34 tires. No extreme rock crawling but will be off-roading . Thanks & have a great day.
Always a good call to get Springs over spacers. Don't know much about that particular lift but rough country has decent products for relatively cheap

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I recently got a RC 2.5 lift w could springs and shocks. Very happy w it so far. Drive is nice and sollid. I put 315/70/17s on too and have some rub on my air dam t full turn but no big deal there. Only road driving so far but taking it off road men day weekend.
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Btw..that is coil spring...not could spring. Need to fix autocorrect when I mistype. ��
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