dose any one have a Rough Country 3" lift on there xj? my friend wants to do it to his but dose not have much money so i was just wondering is it a good lift or not? also he wont be doing much offroading just the sledom wow were really bored lets go hit up some trails.
5.5" rubicon express
35"x12.5" bfg mt's
d35 in the rear w/ detroit tru track and 4.10 gears
I dont have the 3" kit but I do have the 4.5" kit and it is ok but it isn't as complete as I would have liked, my suggestion is save your pennies and in time get a Rubicon Express, it comes with things that isn't of major importance but are def. good to have such as end links (or discos) and brakelines instead of the crappy extension bracket.
1998 Cherokee Classic... 2" BB on Moabs
1988 Cherokee Limited... 4.5" RC lift, RK longarms, on 31's. Several homemade skids.
ive had my 3" rough country lift for about 3 years now and it has had zero problems. the ride is harsher than stock but for the price it has performed great and i have no complaints. My lift is the aal and it has sagged a little in the rear but is still level and looks great. if i do another i will get an re but at the time it was a great deal and if in the same situation id do it again
1997 Jeep Cherokee Country, 3" Rough Country lift, 31" BFG ATs on 15x8 Outlaw IIs, Dynomax, uniden cb, 8"jbl cubby hole sub
i have the 4.5 as well and i've had no problems. i spent a tid bit more on brake lines and disco's, the disco's aren't real great but they do the job, a lot better than running no front swaybar or having to disconnect the regular links every time. it does ride a bit rough but i don't mind it at all....like others have said, when i do a new lift i'll go with something a bit higher ended, but for the time being the RC lift has served me well
Master of Custodial Arts-Serving the Navy one clean floor at a time.
[QUOTE=Name Protected]Should a Compass ever actually see any offroad conditions, they magnitude of attraction would be so great that it would surely burst into flames causing the driver to vear into the nearest tree...this would cause massive forest fires that would eventually lead to the burning down of many houses, and possibly members of this forum.[/QUOTE]