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post #46 of 3152 Old 03-10-2008, 12:54 PM
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Well it's nice to hear good things, I used to have a RC kit for my old 88 ranger, and to be honest, it sucked. I just got my YJ and from this thread, I will be giving RC a second chance.

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Hi,
I was wondering if there was an easy way to tell if my lift RC Lift Kit is a 4" (Do you even sell a 2"?). The PO said that it is a 4", but he also told me that 4x4 Posi-Lok engaged posi on the front dif . Second question is since I bought the Jeep with the lift on it, does the warranty still apply ?

Thanks

/edit: And may I add that I really like the RC lift, it rides decent and is holding up great (has been on the Jeep for probably 2 years so far, no sag from what I can see).
The part number on the 4in springs are 8010 Front and 8011 Rear. Warranty does not transfer from original purchaser but if you need springs you can email me and we may work out something. We have 1.5in kit and the spring numbers are 8009 and 8012.
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post #48 of 3152 Old 03-10-2008, 01:20 PM
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Warranty does not transfer from original purchaser but if you need springs you can email me and we may work out something.
That's what I like to hear!
I'd much rather buy a slightly lower quality product from a company with excellent customer service than a better product from one with bad customer service. It makes a huge difference.

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Yes if you order you will get new springs, and as for shipping it depends on your location.

Thanks for the response!! I am at 53511 Beloit, Wisconsin. Finally starting to warm up a bit here!!

To all those guys that currently run a 4" lift, and 33" tires. How tall does my garage door have to be to cler
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post #50 of 3152 Old 03-10-2008, 02:06 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks for the response!! I am at 53511 Beloit, Wisconsin. Finally starting to warm up a bit here!!

To all those guys that currently run a 4" lift, and 33" tires. How tall does my garage door have to be to cler
Shipping is $75 and how warm is it? It is 62 deg here!
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post #51 of 3152 Old 03-10-2008, 02:15 PM
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Thanks for the response!! I am at 53511 Beloit, Wisconsin. Finally starting to warm up a bit here!!

To all those guys that currently run a 4" lift, and 33" tires. How tall does my garage door have to be to cler
I just did a 4" RC and 1 1/4 shackles with 33's and my garage dooris 7 foot and i had about 3-4 inches to spare
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post #52 of 3152 Old 03-10-2008, 02:44 PM
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Hey RC, How much for shipping to 48306 Rochester Hills, MI?

My jeep is White, The mudd is brown, Bring it Mr. Hummer your goin' down :)
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post #54 of 3152 Old 03-10-2008, 03:13 PM
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We have 1.5in kit and the spring numbers are 8009 and 8012.
I would be interested in the 1.5" leafs for a SOA project... I didnt find the pricing on the website. Send me a PM if available.. thanks
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post #55 of 3152 Old 03-10-2008, 03:31 PM
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Rc thanks for the reply.

Is their a way to tell if I have the new springs?

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Rc thanks for the reply.

Is their a way to tell if I have the new springs?
Really without having them set next to each other you could never tell but if you had them next to each other you could tell the new ones are much better quality.
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post #57 of 3152 Old 03-10-2008, 04:04 PM
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I just got my kit from you on the 26th of Feb those would be the new springs right?
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post #58 of 3152 Old 03-10-2008, 06:49 PM
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Hello just picked up my R/C lift very happy so far, my 2 cent's why dont the lift company's give you front and rear spring bolts? I ran around for 2 days before finding the bolts i had to cut. Everone I spoke with had to cut the main eye bolts due to rust, maybe it's just a north east problem.. and again no big deal just my 2 cents. thanks jason

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Hello just picked up my R/C lift very happy so far, my 2 cent's why dont the lift company's give you front and rear spring bolts? I ran around for 2 days before finding the bolts i had to cut. Everone I spoke with had to cut the main eye bolts due to rust, maybe it's just a north east problem.. and again no big deal just my 2 cents. thanks jason
Get MORE Boomerang Shackles....they come with greasable bolts

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post #60 of 3152 Old 03-11-2008, 05:37 AM
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so i bought my kit in march 2007 from jcwhitney(unhappy with them). thay said it was shipped on march14 2007 directly from vendor. do i have the old or the new springs? i have to admit, i've not installed the lift by now.
for what it's worth, i have a friend that's very happy with his 6"TJ lift...

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