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I'm thinking about lifting my wife's Jeep with Rough Country's 4" sereis 2 kit mainly because; right now I have a chance at winning a free set of wheels and tires with the order. Do any of you guys have feed back on this kit?

01 TJ Rock Krawler Long Arm kit, super 35's, T-Max 10,000lb, Detroits, 4:56, and 35" MTZ
 

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If thats the lift you want then get it it. But what are the odds of winning? If they're not that great then maybe you should shop around, possibly find a better price or better deal.
 

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I have wheeled the Rough Country lift for a year and a half, now. It is a good lift for the money. I, in retrospect, would much rather have a 6" long arm lift, with 35" tires, but what the heck, I have a 4" lift, with 33" tires. I have a ball with this set up, and it will almost go anywhere, but alas, my YJ prevails, lol.
 

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I have the 4inch stage II kit and I love it. I run 33X12.50's with not even getting close to rubbing at full flex. I only wish I would have considered the 4inch X-series kit. Over all I'm very happy with the stage II setup and you can not beat it for the money.
 

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I enjoy the 4" RC kit personally. Although the shocks kinda suck and i replaced them with Bilsteins. Other then that the only quarrel i have had is the front track bar drop bracket working loose. Alot of that has to do with the tires though. But i run 36s and 38s with no problems. I would suggest upgrading the upper front control arms though if you do any serious wheeling. I got the adjustable tubular upper fronts due to turning my factory ones into pretzels after a nasty jump out of a mud hole.
 
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