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Unread 07-25-2012, 05:07 PM   #16
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Drastiq, You can fit those tires without rub with a 3.5" lift? I love the green front axle!

Yeah I haven't rubbed once, I cut a little bit of my rear fender(just so 35s fit in the fender well) but I have bumpstops and my tire just barely doesnt rub at full flex. I had the RE 3.5" before I bought RC 2.5", the ride with the rough country progressive rated coils is 10920192019 times better than the rubicon express.

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Unread 07-25-2012, 08:38 PM   #17
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jamisonmhopkins, which lift is that? I am looking at the RE and don't know exactly which I want. Your lift looks great! That looks like around what I want mine to look like. Rugby 3, I originally wasn't going to lift it, but I want to get bigger tires at some point. I just cannot afford them and I lift right now. I do need to add armor to my Jeep though! Your Jeep looks great! Which rock sliders are those?
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Unread 07-25-2012, 08:43 PM   #18
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Drastiq, that is a ton of flex! It looks really good! What is the price difference between the two lifts vs. which one you prefer!
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jamisonmhopkins, which lift is that? I am looking at the RE and don't know exactly which I want. Your lift looks great! That looks like around what I want mine to look like. Rugby 3, I originally wasn't going to lift it, but I want to get bigger tires at some point. I just cannot afford them and I lift right now. I do need to add armor to my Jeep though! Your Jeep looks great! Which rock sliders are those?
I I could run 35s with good bump stop work and some rear trimming on my 3" lift. My rock sliders are from Jeeperman but I don't know if they are still around or not. There is a local fab guy that will build them for you or any other armor that you are looking for. Great prices and does great work. I have been to the shop a few times. Let him know that I sent you please. Here is the website for him. http://aresfabrication.com/
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Unread 08-05-2012, 08:51 PM   #22
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Drastiq, that is a ton of flex! It looks really good! What is the price difference between the two lifts vs. which one you prefer!
Im not too sure on the price difference, I know the RC lift is very cheap but I wouldn't buy the lift, just the coils. Buy clayton, savvy, currie or rokmen control arms.
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2.5" RC Progressive, 1" M.O.R.E BL, Long Arms, HP30, 8.8, 35" BFG KM2s
[SIZE="1"]Aussie, Powertrax, Riddler, Bilstein, Rubicon Express, Artec, Tom Woods
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