post #1 of Old 04-08-2009, 05:13 PM Thread Starter
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Zone Offroad Suspension 4" Lift






Here are some pictures of the Rubicon Lifted with the Zone 4" kit. The ride is exactly the same as stock except higher. The picture shows the new lower control arms, the kit was installed without the transfer case drop and there are no vibrations. The kit came in two perfect condition boxes, the install was straight foward and Dave at Zone is always there to answer any questions. I did the install with my 18yr old son and we also installed front and rear adjustable track bars. The Jeep is my 17yr old daughter's and ride quality was most important. I think the kit is an excellent value and I think Zone was great to deal with.

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Looks good.

A person once told me i was driving beyond the capabilities of my vehicle - obviously they never seen the capabilities of a jeep!


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A person once told me i was driving beyond the capabilities of my vehicle - obviously they never seen the capabilities of a jeep!


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Charliebrown,
Thanks for the actual pictures, now I need to get bigger tires
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Thanks for the positive feedback Ambulldog. You've made the website!

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Thanks for the positive feedback Ambulldog. You've made the website!

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Just curious,what's the difference between the 97-02' kit and the 03-06' kit?
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The difference is in the transfer case drop. The bolts changed to metric in 03 and went to a different belly pan that doesn't required the tapered washers that are included in the 97-02 kit.



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Why should someone choose your product? And how do you guys think you stack up to the other brands RC,Pro C. OME, BDS etc.?
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The difference is in the transfer case drop. The bolts changed to metric in 03 and went to a different belly pan that doesn't required the tapered washers that are included in the 97-02 kit.
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post #12 of Old 06-15-2009, 03:53 PM
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Great lookin rig...It would look 10x better with the bumper caps and side steps removed....along with some 33s of course.

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Great lookin rig...It would look 10x better with the bumper caps and side steps removed....along with some 33s of course.
I agree 100%, But go ahead and add a 1"-2" body lift and go with 35's, You know you want to

Love the color of your jeep
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Zone,

Why should someone choose your product? And how do you guys think you stack up to the other brands RC,Pro C. OME, BDS etc.?
I'll try not to sound too much like a salesman, but taking a look at our jeep lifts, we offer everything that is 100% necessary to lift the vehicle safely at the best value. This means you aren't going to get wrapped up into more money that you had planned on. The prices on our lifts are more competitive than most of the guys you listed, and the quality of the components has not been sacrificed. Our kits allow you to upgrade as money allows, by charging you low prices for complete kits that can be upgraded, you can get your jeep up and add sway bar disconnects or adjustable track bars as money allows. I know how jeep builds go, they are never done!



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post #15 of Old 06-16-2009, 09:36 AM
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dave do you guys do any shocks for dodge 3/4 & 1 ton trucks ?

jeep lifts look good !
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