ok I know there are threads on this but with RE being purchased for now I need new input. I want to lift my jeep enough to clear 32's or 33's, and I don't mind trimming the fenders. My question is this, is RC an ok product? I went to my local shop to see what kind of time frame it would take to lift my jeep and he was pushing RE on me, but I said to him RE is too much $$$ for me and I they just got bought buy 4wheel parts and not sure if the full product line is available.
The reason for the RC lift is b/c of the SYE situation. That in itself is more than the lift. AND I mentioned doing a Hack N Tap and they looked at me like I had 3 heads....
Last edited by marksjeepxj; 08-16-2011 at 05:26 PM..
I agree with above the lift is fine, but the shocks will be crappy. I would do the HD SYE and use a front driveshaft from an auto XJ. This can be done for less than 300.00. I would go with RC over RE if the RC kit cost more myself. Just buy the kit with the free shocks and then replace them with a quality set from OME or bilstein and you will be happy.
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