Rough country has a pretty good deal for a 3 inch lift. It comes with leaf springs, shocks, transfer case drop, dropped pitman arm, brake line extensions and all the stuff you need for $389. Anyone else running this setup? Is it a good buy?
I just bought that lift kit...it will be here any day now!! :-) OhYeah told me to talk to Dave at RC and he would sell it for $350. When I called Dave, he said I had to by a steering stabalizer for $25. Then he would sell the lift for $350. So for $375 you really get everything you need. Dave wouldn't do it for $350 cuz ppl on ebay buy them for over $400. If you need help OhYeah is a good guy to ask question, he has helped me alot.
If your replacing everything else why not replace steering stab. Its only $25, if nothing else replace it for looks. I'm sure it will look better than the stock black one.
Here charged me $65 for fedex shipping, I just found out Fedex tried to deliver it today! I also only live one state away.
I've been running this on my 94 for about a year now, and I've been pretty happy with it. The kit is complete, I didn't have to buy anything except beer for my buddy while we did the install. My springs were pretty shot so I ended up with close to 5" out of the kit , my jeep looked 100% better after the lift. It's a little bouncy, but doesn't ride any worse than stock leafs. It's a good deal for a budget lift, and I think I've got room for the 33's I'm about to buy.
You shouldn't need a new stabilizer, unless you want it to match the shocks. But on my jeep it sits behind the axles, so it's not real visible.
The guys at RC are way easy to work with. I had just gotten a new bank card from my bank when I ordered my kit. My bank killed my old account number and didn't activate the new one for 2 days, but RC worked around it and got the kit to me pronto.
Now if they only made a coil converserion w/a 6" lift, they'd be perfect.