Rough Country 2.5in Spacer lift

  1. TJ01

    TJ01 Well-Known Member

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    Got a pic from the side? Been really looking hard at this set up.
     
  2. Redneck_Jedi

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    Looks great! Nice Star Wars reference too! It fits perfect with the color scheme of your Jeep. :)
     
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    Rough country you did it again another great product. I would like to know can I get the upgraded shocks to eliminate the shock extensions

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  4. ChattVol

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    #109 Jul 22, 2018
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    How much does gas mileage drop going to this lift with 35" tires vs current 31" stock tires? I have a jlus and want to add the lift, but dont want to compromise ride quality. Do I need to get new shocks and sway bar disconnects to improve off road ability? Currently have stock 31" Dueller AT's.
     
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  5. ChattVol

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    Looks awesome!
     
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    Same questions here. What did you end up doing?
     
  7. ChattVol

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    I bought a rubicon takeoff suspension and wheels/tires. It added almost 2" of lift and I love the 33" bfgoodrich all terrains. Very pleased..
     
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    I installed this lift like 15K miles ago (i currently have 20K miles) on my Jeep jl sport. Lately i've been hearing weird noises coming from the driver's wheel and today i notice the tires started to rub when doing sharp right/left turns (It definitely didn't use to do that even when i took it offroad months ago) . This didn't use to happen.. Any one with the same experience where the lift would eventually cause this issues after that much milage? Is it possible for this lift to eventually "shrink" or could it be its no good with stock shocks/coils? I live in SoCal and started to be cold in weather, could it also be that (shock wise)?
    Anyways im taking it for inspection and if these problems are because of the lift im just gonna got the Mopar 2" lift...

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    Rough Country 2.5 lift (stock shocks stock coils)
    17in wheels 35" nitto ridge grapplers.
     
  9. Raytombo88

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    With this lift installed, can I add different shocks?
     
  10. Bubba33

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    Yes you can add longer shocks and do away with the shock extenders.
     
  11. rcr1340

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    Has anyone installed the N3 shocks with this spacer lift? Like/recommend them. Not a bad deal for $100 extra
     
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  13. p3rs1st

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    Great thread for newbies... I'm definitely going to pick up a handful of RC products now. I am interested in this as well if it's worth upgrading to the RC shocks for $100 over my stock MOAB shocks, which I believe are rubicon shocks from what I've read in the MOAB posts
     
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