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rough country!

4" suspension lift on the way with 35's. yahoo!!! yes i do have a 3inch body lift
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should be killer what tires?
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not a bad choice for an entry level kit. id pony up for a stage two kit from skyjacker or BDS if ur gunna wheel'r hard.
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the rough country lifts are pretty decent.
the only down side is there shocks dont last long
after a couple of thousand miles they get very soft
other than that theyre decent.
used to have the kit on my truck and my brother had it on his also
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my RC lift springs settled about 3/4" (2 1/2 lift springs) but ride near factory...
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Yeah I go wheeling but not hard core yet!!! no rocks or nuthin! Not big enough yet!!! Yeah I want to get the pro comp all t's or pro comp m t's... keep the bogger's on the side for the mudd maybe!!!!! he he he
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the rough country lifts are pretty decent.
the only down side is there shocks dont last long
after a couple of thousand miles they get very soft
other than that theyre decent.
used to have the kit on my truck and my brother had it on his also
and i now have his kit. Just gotta get a few things, before it goes on
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That kits gonna feel exactly how it sounds. Rough Country.
Should Look great though.
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Sweet ! should be nice.
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hEY RANGER1 WHAT DO YOU HAVE ON YOUR TURCK LIFT WISE?
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umm its in his sig! read a lil boss!!
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Kill the caps.
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