Originally Posted by Gldbdg
Ty, I'm basing that off my own opinion and the opinion I've received from many others. Again, I'm looking for opinions from people with actual experience with those kits, not someone to tell me the others are better. I get that. And why wouldn't I get the dual stabilizer arm? If you have a reason, I'm all ears.
Between the two kits you listed, I would have to recommend the Rubicon Express Kit
. If you're planning on running the Bilstien shocks, then why buy the RC kit that comes with shocks? the RE lift has an actual adjustable track bar over the relocation bracket, this makes aligning the Jeep much easier.
Don't get me wrong, Rough Country is a good kit for the price, but the Rubicon Express is a better kit and in the same price bracket. If you do decide on the RE lift you'll need to get front lower Control Arms
(preferably adjustable) and a set of Exhaust Spacers
since you're going above a 2" lift on a 2013.
As for the dual stabilizer kit, there is no need for it. If you're getting bump steer or DW, there's a reason and the stabilizers will only cover up the problem. A good quality single stabilizer will do the job just fine. I'm running 35's on my JK with the stock stabilizer and I have had zero issues with it.
I hope this helps!