Originally Posted by hrd2plz
23 years old
Well versed, ok. I'm not even saying you don't know your crap but I've seen on multiple posts now that you keep knocking RC even when that wasn't the question asked, what gives?
Once again I'm forced to be curious on why my age has any relevance to what knowledge I've attained in my experiences
Rough country does not build a quality product. Their top tier products they produce such as their 2.2 shocks are something that can only be described as decent. I'm glad you're completely satisfied, but if you were to set up two identical jeeps side by side with a RC suspension and something that is considered quality and took both of them on a street and trail run: youd easily be able to tell the difference up front, and see the difference in the long run.
Now I don't know the specifics of what you have, and honestly I can't remember if you're running them on a tj or jk because I can't easily see your immediate profile from the forum runner app on my phone.
That said, if you're running it on a jk it's easy to understand why you're still happy because all you've done is replace the springs and shocks. That isn't going to effect much. Where the problem lies is when you get into more extreme angles and parts like control arms and track bars get replaced. Once you get into that territory you can see they RC just threw **** together and called it good. Their flex joints are crap. Literal crap. Their control arm geometry and layout of their long arm systems is literally bull****, and how they address the steering and tracking components is hazardous.
If you want me to expand on their track record, I'm very happy to - I chose not to simply because I'm writing this from my phone and my morning poop is almost over. But my general criticism if RC is not unfounded - it's a courtesy.