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|03-08-2016 08:21 AM|
|fiftycal||I got the 608S lift kit installed last year on my JK. No problems. Smooth ride. Considering the price, I'm a happy camper.|
|03-20-2014 07:31 AM|
I have had the 3.5" series II lift on for about two years. About a month ago I changed out the shocks. You can’t beat the lift for the price.
|03-19-2014 08:25 PM|
|Will09JK||I've had the 3.5" series II almost a year now on my 09' JKU. Wheeled a bunch in PA and after one of the winters in NYC and potholes that feel like I've been wheelin' all winter I have really nothing negative to say, ride is stiff but who really complains about that or just upgrade shocks no big deal. I have changed the steering stabilizer with AEV draglink flip kit, a synergy tie rod and Yukon 5.13 gears. Thinking of getting the rest of the control arms but again looks great. Run 35" now thinking of putting 37's on|
|03-19-2014 09:38 AM|
|BaddAndy||It still rides great. A little stiffer with the winter temps. Last week it got to 60 degrees and that cadillac ride came back. It has settled a little, but evenly, and maybe due to adding accessories. No rusting occuring, but we don't get much salting of roads either. I have since installed the kit's front track bar bracket that I modified just to be able to relocate the steering stabilizer. My friend is happy with his on his JKU, and my other friends are awaiting funds to get theirs.|
|03-19-2014 03:46 AM|
|bonestockracing||After more time, has the springs held up? How does it ride?|
|01-29-2014 02:47 PM|
|ar325||thanks for the post|
|01-15-2014 04:50 PM|
|bonestockracing||Glad to hear it! Great for the price!|
|01-15-2014 03:38 PM|
|thericker||Just set up an appointment to put the Rough Country 3.5 lift kit with 2.0 shocks. Anyone have any new reviews before I bring it in?|
|12-08-2013 10:11 AM|
|bonestockracing||Was thinking about getting the x series kit but this kit seams to be good for what I need & want.|
|12-03-2013 09:19 AM|
|BaddAndy||I'm happy with mine after 13,000 miles on and offroad, and all my friends are putting the same kit on their 2013s too. We all use a JKS adj. front trackbar inlieu of the bracket, and a rear Teraflex trackbar bracket.|
|12-02-2013 11:12 PM|
|bonestockracing||I am interested in this kit, any more updates?|
|09-17-2013 02:38 PM|
|ziloh22||Awesome thread guys.|
|10-27-2012 06:15 PM|
I have two jeeps. Both have rough country lifts. Both are great. I have a 4.5" kit on my xj and 3" pieced together on the jk. My xj needed adjustable arms to fix the caster/ pinion angle. The only complaints of the jk lift is that it needs longer brake lines. The brackets don't cut it.
I don't have a big baller budget with big price tag parts. RC gets the job done!
|09-19-2012 11:58 AM|
Since I had mine. Not even a year I replaced
1. RK Coils
2. Front track bar bracket with JKS track bar
3. Control arms back to stock with AEV geometry brackets
About to purchase a high steer kit to get rid of the drop pitman arm.
|09-19-2012 11:37 AM|
Originally Posted by Serg5000 View Post
I went with Bilsteins because no one would call me back and I could not get a straight answer from them.
I did the same with the coils. I now have new Old Man Emu springs sitting in the garage waiting for me to get them installed.
If I add up the original cost of the RC lift, and then the parts I have replaced along the way, I would have been money ahead to save a little longer. I have easily got enough in the suspension as it sits, to have just went with something like Rock Krawler's JK 2.5 Max Travel setup.
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