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Old 04-23-2015, 03:19 PM
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RE vs Zone Lift

I'm in the process of giving my 95 YJ a complete suspension makeover. I bought it with some old unknown lift and want to replace it with a new lift and components. The 2 I'm deciding between is the Zone 2" and Rubicon Express 2.5". I know RE has the reputation it has for a reason but also known Zone has a pretty good rep as well. Thanks for your input.

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I'm in the process of giving my 95 YJ a complete suspension makeover. I bought it with some old unknown lift and want to replace it with a new lift and components. The 2 I'm deciding between is the Zone 2" and Rubicon Express 2.5". I know RE has the reputation it has for a reason but also known Zone has a pretty good rep as well. Thanks for your input.
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Its pretty much a coin toss. You will do just as well with any of those.
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I've got the RE 2 1/2 and and I think for the money it is great. Ride improved and ended up with nearly 4 inches of lift. I think the Emu is probably better but the RE in my mind was a good compromise with cost.
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Old 04-24-2015, 04:31 PM
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Seems like the RE is a much more complete kit for just a little bit more?
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I don't have a YJ but rather a JKU with a 2.5" lift. I'm happy with the hardware but disappointed in RE's customer service or lack thereof. They don't answer their phones nor reply to emails about their products. Just keep that in mind when deciding. That's my 2 cents...
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Another note for the RE, it was very easy to install.

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