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post #16 of 17 Old 02-24-2013, 04:25 PM
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I have to ask what the heck is that little loop bolted to the bumper for?


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Originally Posted by mrblaine View Post
I like the arms, they are a good solution, but they really aren't worth the effort for the average person and you already see the BS that goes on over bushings VS JJ's, the crap that would go on over J arms would be epic.
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post #17 of 17 Old 02-24-2013, 05:07 PM
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hello and this is my first time hear and responding but I have to put my two cents in as well...I agree with most of what people are giving you info on (other than the personal preferences). I actually do have a Rough Country lift (2.5" x-series) and found that set up was excellent...it rides like a Cadillac now compared to the stock suspension. Soaks up hills and wallows with ease and the stability was very impressive. One thing I will suggest with WHATEVER brand you go with is to get adjustable control arms. I may only have 2.5 inches of lift...but if I want to go bigger (and we always do once we get a lift...we want more) I can get new springs and shocks and not worry about new control arms. I can still adjust out another 4 inches. In most lifts you get what ever the lift says and your stuck their...until you buy new longer control arms,shocks,springs,etc ALL OVER AGAIN. also lifting with bigger tires puts a LOT of stress on the steering...go 1 ton immediately and never worry again.
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