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Old 03-29-2011, 10:46 AM
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Thinking about getting a rubicon express 4.5 inch lift for my 2001 xj I was just wondering what you guys think the best lift for a reasonable price is I want quality but not break the bank and it is my daily driver.
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RE is closed, has been for a month or two.
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If your concerned about price then give Rough Country a try, I've heard alot of good things about them. (customer service,quality, etc) Since RE is closed you can try OME or Iron Rock Offroad, if you got the dough that is.
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Rubicon Express some places still have some of their products, if not I'd say Clayton .
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i like daystar for budget bumps
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Clayton for the money really hard to beat with what you get. other then that Ironrock offroad makes some nice kits. better then RC IMO (the use some of the better RC pieces) If your on a real small budget Zone makes some good lifts (owned by BDS)
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Originally Posted by Irongrave View Post
Clayton for the money really hard to beat with what you get. other then that Ironrock offroad makes some nice kits. better then RC IMO (the use some of the better RC pieces) If your on a real small budget Zone makes some good lifts (owned by BDS)
Just did a Zone 4.5 on my 87 and I am satisfied. Install was easy and instructions were clear. Was my first lift lift so I really don't know about the quality comparison between the brands. $450.00 for 4.5 inches sounded reasonable to me though.
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