Anyone Heard of this? what do you think?
I was looking for a lift for the jeep and im looking for a 4 in short arm kit, kinda leaning towards skyjacker but then i saw this. its a Lift kit from Nth Degree, but changes the entire geometry of the suspension. actually makes it better than stock they say. if it works then good, but down side is that they want like $2500 for a 4 in short arm lift kit. If this is truely the best there is, then i would pay the money, but what do you guys think?
2003 Wrangler Sport, Lightforce Striker 170's, 33 in Goodyear MT/R's
A to Z Fabrication Rocker Guards
Nth Degree 5 Inch Long Arm with Rear diff Slider, Tummy Tucker, QuickSilver Disco's
Old Man Emu Shocks and steering stabilizer, Tom Woods Custom Driveshaft
AA SYE, Rokmen Mercenary Front Bumper,L O D Offroad Rear Bumper/tire carrier
Warn 9.5 Ti
I think Nth Degree mobility makes some great products, I have their TT, Rear upper control arms, Oil pan skid, Tranny Skid and slider. I can't speak on behalf of their lift kit but why wouldn't you just get a RE lift? Everyone seems to say they are one of the best and the are substantially cheaper. Just my two cents.
In this month's issue of JP magazine there is a review on the 6" long arm version of the nth degree lifts. They said it was great on road and good offroad but not a rock crawlers dream. You may want to read that.
08 Grand Cherokee Overland
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