Originally Posted by sunrcr69
Hi All, Im new to the forum, but not new to jeeps and wheeling. I bought a 05 WK with the 5.7 L 2 weeks ago. It has 77k on the clock and is totally stock... for now. Since then I have installed the factory hitch, detailed her like 3 times to get 6 years worth of crud off her, removed the front air-dam and installed HIDs (real ones). Today, i have a guy coming to the house to repair the cracked leather on the drivers seat. I had the dealer repair it before I bought it, but their repair sucks and is coming apart already.
Future plans include a ~2" lift of some sort, wheel spacers, and the biggest all-terrain's I can fit without rubbing. The wife says to "act your age" when I talk about the lift. I tell her "Stock is boring".
I am trying to decide on which lift to get between a daystar (KOR), RRO, or other. I've read many posts about RRO's customer service, but it still seems like the best quality and best functioning product. The daystar (KOR) is on my list because it's cheap and simple. Any thoughts? I also considered fabricating my own lift as it would only take some flat-stock and hardware to make the spacers that many use.
I am in the process of removing my r.c 2" lift and front Bilstein struts. Pm me if interested
05 laredo, 4.7 V8, H.O. cams, fastman t.b. OME hd 3", Rustys .5 spacers, bilstein 5150 rear, yukon spider & side gears, superchips flashpaq, 33x12.50x17 nitto mud grapplers on black moabs, 1.5 spidertrax wheel spacers, flowmaster 40 series, K&N cai, Mopar gas tank, T.C & engine skid plates, riddler diff cover, removed sway bar on front.
Jks quicker disconnects for sale pm me