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Conversation Between ROCKRIDGE 4WD and tymatt

Conversation Between ROCKRIDGE 4WD and tymatt
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  1. tymatt
    03-26-2014 09:11 PM - permalink
    Hey guys, my name is Jim. I ordered a 4.5 long arm Rough Country lift kit SYE and Dual steering stabilizer from you guys a few weeks back. Everything is fine with the kit except when I installed it, removal of my cross member resulted in three broken bolts out of four in my sub frame. It previously had a transfer case drop kit and I guess the bolts being rusty and extended because of the pucks they snapped without much force at all. but at any rate I've fixed it and have it installed and had it aligned. The problem I have now is a fairly serious case of bump steer. Do you have an affordable solution to my problem as in over the knuckle or the one ton steering I've heard of, witch is best? What would you recommend.
  2. ROCKRIDGE 4WD
    01-25-2014 04:39 PM - permalink
    Hey bud! Thanks for checking us out. I'll get that quote put together for you. Shoot me your email address so i can get it over to you. Also, i'll need a first and last name, Vehicle year and engine size and a billing zip code. If i don't hear back from you within an hour and a half from now, i won't be able to get your quote out until monday. Thanks again!
    Joel
    Rockridge4wd

    Any questions, Email me direct [email protected] (subject, just put XJ FORUM RC LIFT)
  3. tymatt
    01-24-2014 08:06 PM - permalink
    I didn't realize there was a place on this forum where someone could buy parts.I am looking to purchase a Rough Country 4.5 in long arm kit. My Cherokee already has a short arm 3 in RC lift installed but it rode so rough that it is actually tearing the lower control arm mount apart. The metal has cracked 75% around the mounting bolt. I have a some what limited budget, like a lot of guys right now are hurting in the money dept. but am forced to up grade. Welding would only be a bandaid and more damage is sure to occur. Ive been to there web site and seen what they have to offer. if interested in putting a kit together for me I would like to hear from you.

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