As far as the shocks go I still haven’t figured out yet so that doesn’t really matter. I was thinking about some RS 9000 or the Pro Comp Version of them (MX6) or the New Bilstein 7100 but I heard great things about the Dotsch techs (and my friend is the owners cousin) so that doesn’t really factor into the lift. I am more worried about a trouble free, functional lift that does what I want without breaking me. I can buy the shocks separate. Let’s face it, they are going to include the cheapest thing they can get away with, anyway.
Price, well, when is that NOT a factor. I would like to stay around 2k. which is why I am hesitant to do pieces from different kits only because it seems like it would end up costing more in the long run. Correct me if I’m wrong.
I have National Spring just down the freeway way from me that will build me custome springs but they run $500-$700 for the rear and $250 for the front. Kinda steep but they ride like a dream. I was thinking about going that way, but with everything else I need, I’m looking at closer to $3500
From what I hear Rusty makes a very compete kit but his springs sag. RE makes a great kit, but at a price (although not as much as some) . And no one knows about Tomken. I’m really torn between RE and Rusty. The other Question I had is about the long are kits. Are they worth it???
1992 XJ - 4" lift, 31" tires, 8.8 in the rear, 4.11s, frame stiffeners, skids all the way around. 1988 xj - 8" lift, 35" tires, D44 alloy shafts, boxed in frame, locked, skids on everything, K&N, Flow master Exhaust...