Originally Posted by BLK02
All tbar keys do is set height, nothing to do with alignment. What kind of problems did the superlift give you?
Wouldn't say it was the superlift completely, just the tires I chose were 35" Toyo MTs and the truck got the shakes bad. Could feel it in the seat and the steering wheel almost to a severe level. Balanced tires about 6 or 7 different times and eventually had to let them go. Toyo MTs are very poor quality tires. Got a new set of Goodyear Wranglers and the truck rides so nice and smooth now. DO NOT
at all cost buy Toyo MT tires! You've been warned!
The Superlift drop down brackets and torsion bars are ridiculous. Creates a real problem when offroading the truck. They are too low and will hang up on anything you drive over. Cranked Torsion bars are loud! Almost a binding/clicking noise you can hear even from far away. Rear lift block on top of factory lift blocks? What a joke!! Not to mention if you have body lift blocks there as well. It's just like putting your truck on stilts!
Also, the high center of gravity from lifting is a real pain when out on the highway cornering. I know it looks cool and everything but I am over the whole lifting thing. Sorry for my negativity but I am finishing my unlifting project this weekend and if will be nice to have my Ranger back the way it was designed by the engineers that made it.