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Savvy/Currie Aluminum Control ArmsRockridge 4WD IS Taking Zone Offroad Suspension Lift Kits ZONE 4.25" combo lift for TJ available at Rockridge4w

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Unread 11-01-2014, 01:59 PM   #1
arbucky
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07 GC and the 2" Roughcountry

So, this is my first post on here. I used to have an 89 YJ. 4" underneath, 33's. i bought that jeep with the lift and tires already done but the death wobble was actually a little uncomfortable and i didn't have the money to do anything to the suspension at the time so i sold it after a little while. so i have some experience with suspension lifts and I have a decent automotive background but I've never done a suspension lift my self. So, I now have an '07 WK laredo with the 3.7l and its stock all around. i want to put the 2" rough country in and move up to 255/75 r17s because from what i understand, you can get away with the 255's, maybe even 265's without tire rub or fender trimming. and with the new tires and lift, i plan on bumping out my tires with a 1 inch maybe 1.5 inch wheel spacer to get a little bit of a mean, wide stance.

Now my main question, after the rough country lift is installed and i put on the tires and wheel spacers, what do you guys suggest i may need to do after wards. i know that most people say that this specific lift maintains the suspension and stays a fairly smooth ride. But I'm just wondering what you guys think i should do/you did after your install. i figure wheel aligments are a must. but with a low budget, let me know what you guys think. thanks!

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