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Old 05-16-2015, 01:25 PM
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Good decision?

Right now I have a Rough Country 3.25 lift with Rubicon Express Track Bar.

Just ordered the Teraflex 2.5in coil lift with Rancho RS9000 shocks.

Was this a good decision? My ride seems a little too rough "hence the name"

I'm also going back to the stock track bar due to the RE is 3.5 and up lift.

Will I have any problems?

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Old 05-16-2015, 04:20 PM
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Did I order a good combo?

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The lack of responses might be due to a dearth of individuals who have owned both configurations you are comparing.

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I will answer on the point of is a TF lift good. I have it and love it. Read my signature line. I would go with a TF Monster trac bar. Money well spent and no comparison when put side by side. You want to be confident that you did a good job. Spend a little extra, its worth it. Also consider the drop brackets, kjeeper can locate that thread for you to read also. Night and day difference for me. Good Luck. I say you made a good decision, just top it off.
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Keep in mind if you switched tires as well most larger tires have a higher load rating than stock and that alone will make the ride harsher.
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I will answer on the point of is a TF lift good. I have it and love it. Read my signature line. I would go with a TF Monster trac bar. Money well spent and no comparison when put side by side. You want to be confident that you did a good job. Spend a little extra, its worth it. Also consider the drop brackets, kjeeper can locate that thread for you to read also. Night and day difference for me. Good Luck. I say you made a good decision, just top it off.
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Keep in mind if you switched tires as well most larger tires have a higher load rating than stock and that alone will make the ride harsher.
Yes the larger tires did make a difference but I was expecting that. I had tires on b4 this lift and now its about unbearable.

Right now I do have the Rubicon Express drop brackets already installed. Lost the paperwork that came with it so I don't remember what hole the upper arms go in. Right now they are in the middle holes.

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