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Experience with Rock Krawler 2 inch Lift Kit?

Discussion in 'Wrangler TJ (1996-2006)' started by The4x4Guys, May 8, 2019.

  1. May 8, 2019 at 3:26 PM
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    The4x4Guys

    The4x4Guys [OP] Well-Known Member

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    First Name:
    Bob
    Parker, TX
    Vehicle:
    2018 Black JLUR
    Mopar 2" lift, 37" BFG KO2's, KMC Rockstar 17" wheels, JCR Offroad front and rear bumpers, WARN Zeon 10-S, CoolTech CB Radio Kit, Rock Slide Engineering step sliders, TeraFlex adjustable steering stabilizer, Rock Krawler adjustable track bars,Magnaflow dual tip black exhaust.
    While I have plenty to do on my project 2003 TJ X, I am still planning out a lift kit. There are no rock valleys and full articulation in this Jeeps future, just moderate off-road and trails planned with the Dana 30/35 (although chromoly axles are a future possibility). When I combine the fact that most of the bushings need replaced, I am taking the advice I've already read here and planning on replacing all the control arms instead of trying to press bushings into place.

    Here is the lift kit I'm thinking about since it have virtually every part that needs replaced in a modest lift and solves my bushings problem at the same time (or most of them). Does anyone have an experience with this kit or manufacturer? https://the4x4guys.com/product/rock...m-lift-kit-w-twin-tube-shocks-97-06-wrangler/

    Given the component in this kit, what other bushings would be left to do? I already know the bump stops all need replaced too, they are a mess.
     
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