If I was to do it all over for 700 bucks I would get the RC 3.25, 1.25 BL, 1"MML, adjustable front track bar. You could fit 35s with some 1 to 2 inch Bump stops if you wanted and your all set for a gas tank lift and flat skid.
If I could do it again, I'd start with components that I know I'll want down the road instead of rebuilding everything twice.
If you are wanting 33's now and maybe 35's down the road, start with the components that you can afford for now. I'd go with AEV 3" progressive springs if you are wanting 33's with either Bilstein shocks or OME shocks and rear track bar bracket. Sould run you around $700-800 depending on shocks You can run this with stock contol arms and track bars for the time being and you can add adjustable control arms and track bars, SYE and driveshaft, as you go. If you want to add 35's in the future, add a 1" BL along with steering upgrades, gears, etc.
You don't necessarly have to build with the components I'm suggesting. I'm just simply trying to say build with quality components that you wont want/need to replace later. I sure wish I had by passed the rough country stuff and used my money on better quality stuff.
2004 Rubicon - 4.0 - 5 speed manual - Rough Country 4" Stage II lift, RC front adjustable track bar, 2.2 shocks, 33x12.5x15 Goodyear MTR with Kevlar on Crager soft 8's, 4 Hella Black Magics, Edge Trail Jammer with Intake, JL TR 2-ways in the pods, Kenwood Excelon deck in the dash, Rough Country Stinger & Winch Plate, Trail Gear rear bumper w/ tire carrier, HiLift, Rock Krawler X Factor Plus Steering
Give RC a call and ask for Jeffrey to get your pricing. He is a real good guy that apparently enjoys wheeling Jeeps and will have a discount over the online price. He will likely jump into this thread soon but you can also find his online name at many of the RC threads.
i would disagree with that. i (and plenty of others) have skyjacker projects that do just fine.
skyjacker makes an affordable and competitive product worth anyones consideration depending on what they are looking for.
My 4" skyjacker suspension is really good... no prob with it and I run 35" KM2. Skyjacker is good IMO. Like in every companies, something you have a problem with the product put every company as their prob.
My Jeep : The same blue Rocky Mountains as on the Coors light beer