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Unread 11-19-2013, 05:56 PM   #16
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I had the RRO spacers on for a bit. Big waste of money IMO. I took if off and put on OME springs and shocks, plus a few extra parts. My KK corners way better than new but the ride is slightly stiffer.

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Unread 11-19-2013, 10:34 PM   #17
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If you get the A-Arms it leads up to a grand anyway in price. For the extra couple bucks wouldnt Tom's Econo Lift be the better buy?
You can always build onto the kit to basically build the econo lift. Econo lift gives you ironman front springs and shocks, rear 4" jba springs and ironman shocks, a-arms, plus the clevis spacer and top plates.

If you want to sit about 3-3.5" high you're looking at spending $1200-1400. If you want 4" you need the JBA coilovers which can cost around $3000-4000+.

My OME/Bilstein came out to I think $1200 or so to my door. Tom's econo lift uses the spacer plates, and clevis along with the full spring and shock lift to get the advertised 3-3.5". The only difference is that he chose to use JBA's 4" rear springs instead of stacking rear spring isolators(2 extra per side, so a total of 3). You would use the isolators if you chose to stick with OME or Ironman springs.
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