Stay Away From The 2-3" Rough Country Suspension Lift

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purple 'hoe

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^Looks like a decent kit. I like the upper control arms. But the rear blocks look scary to me. I don't think I'd feel comfortable running them on my truck
 

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Crank and block for 2". Any more than that you need a drop bracket lift.
 

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Glad i just happened to see this. I have it bookmarked to buy it. Ill just tighten keys and do blocks or add a leafs. 2 inch will be plenty of lift for me.
 

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Thanx, I will

---------- Post added at 05:06 AM ---------- Previous post was at 05:05 AM ----------

Crank and block for 2". Any more than that you need a drop bracket lift.

Thank you, I will
 

Donnie Yukonie

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So i saw an updated kit and was wondering if the problems have been fixed? I kinda wanna get one since its more budget friendly



Gzes From what I hear it has been updated , I would ask the Vendor here what fixes were made
 

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I just installed this kit and I think it is great the shock mount has been updated there is no interference at all ill post a pic up tommorrow
 

saif najd

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Good, looking forward iam butting the lift project on hold until I find best method fir th 2inch lift.
 

saif najd

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Ok,
Two problems!

1- how do I know that I am getting the new corrected kit?

2- what if I don't want the shocks?
 

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