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Old 06-12-2012, 07:46 PM   #21
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Look into Iron Rock.
I checked them out and I guess the majority of their parts in their kits are Rough Country parts (at least thats what most say on the forums). Thanks for the heads up though!

Another question for anyone:

How does wheel backspacing fit into the equation? I picked out a wheel one with 3.75bs, and another with 4bs. Ideas
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Old 06-12-2012, 09:52 PM   #22
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I've owned 18 jeeps. I used to buy broke wranglers in college, fix them, lift them and sell them for 4x the price of what I bought it for.

Shoot me any questions and I'll break down all the options for your XJ (Cherokee) from the cheap to the baller expensive LA lifts.
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I've owned 18 jeeps. I used to buy broke wranglers in college, fix them, lift them and sell them for 4x the price of what I bought it for.

Shoot me any questions and I'll break down all the options for your XJ (Cherokee) from the cheap to the baller expensive LA lifts.
Very cool. Ill probably be buying parts next month. Ill def drop you a line.
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I checked them out and I guess the majority of their parts in their kits are Rough Country parts (at least thats what most say on the forums). Thanks for the heads up though!

Another question for anyone:

How does wheel backspacing fit into the equation? I picked out a wheel one with 3.75bs, and another with 4bs. Ideas

I run iron rock's long arm kit and love it, excellent quality. The only thing that is rough country are the shocks that came with it. As for backspacing I would go with 3.75.
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I run iron rock's long arm kit and love it, excellent quality. The only thing that is rough country are the shocks that came with it. As for backspacing I would go with 3.75.
Cool. I looked on the site. Looks like their 3" is aal. From what I heard there can be issues with sagging, thats why I was looking at this:http://www.rustysoffroad.com/wheels-...-pack-kit.html
since it had full leaf packs plus everything else. Is there any issue with RC stuff? And thanks for the tip on the bs, Ill take your advice on that since I have no clue on bs
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Cool. I looked on the site. Looks like their 3" is aal. From what I heard there can be issues with sagging, thats why I was looking at this:http://www.rustysoffroad.com/wheels-...-pack-kit.html
since it had full leaf packs plus everything else. Is there any issue with RC stuff? And thanks for the tip on the bs, Ill take your advice on that since I have no clue on bs
Yeah you definitely want to do full leaf packs as for RC a lot of people say on the forums it rides crappy.
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Will check it out. Only reason I liked the package deal was I wanted to make sure I didnt leave anything out for the lift. But ride is important since Ill still be driving the jeep a ton, not just trails.
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