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post #1 of 8 Old 10-02-2008, 07:30 PM Thread Starter
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Whats the difference? (RE Standard vs. Super-Flex)

Whats the difference between the rubicon express 3.5" standard lift kit vs. the rubicon express 3.5" superflex lift kit?

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post #2 of 8 Old 10-02-2008, 07:52 PM
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The superflex is better. That's all I can tell you.


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Whats the difference between the rubicon express 3.5" standard lift kit vs. the rubicon express 3.5" superflex lift kit?
the rubicon express website can be very helpful. www.rubiconexpress.com

the 3.5 standard kit doesn't come with the new CA's but the SF kit comes with the new lower CA's with the superflex orbital joint, for the money it would be better to get the 4.5 SF kit b/c its more complete and opt t get the 3.5 coils if you want.

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but i would order the kit from www.4x4groupbuy.com the prices & customer service can not be beat!! call Jason he's the owner and fellow jeeper and he can help you with all of your questions.

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right but i just didnt wanna go with the 4.5 lift cuz of everything else thats required to do to my jeep.
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call RE and tell the sales person what you want to do. i recommend the 4.5" kit with 3.5" coils too. youll actually be getting more than 3.5" with it. their lifts run taller than whats posted because the springs will settle a bit and with a lift like that youll likely be running a winch or getting one in the future.

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You want to order the RE 4.5" SuperFlex kit, But you want to replace the springs with 3.5" springs. For the money you get more with this package.
This kit will hope you the most in the long run, 1st option select "swap to 3.5"
http://www.redrock4x4.com/shop/products/2216.html
My Jeep rides better than stock with this kit.
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i PM'd ya!! call Jason @ 4x4groupbuy.com he offers free AA SYE & Tom Woods DS with his RE SF kits!!!!

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