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Old February 13th, 2011, 02:04 PM   #1
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Anyone running the TJ Wrangler 2" Basic Kit and do you have any comments on the product?
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Old February 14th, 2011, 07:25 AM   #2
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Anyone running the TJ Wrangler 2" Basic Kit and do you have any comments on the product?
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Old February 14th, 2011, 08:43 AM   #3
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spacers or what? more info would help

edit just looked up the lift, my xj had rustys front coils and i never had a issue with them. they flexed nice and did what i wanted them to do.
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Ken installed a Rustys Offroad TJ Wrangler 3" Basic Kit w/ upgrade option of 1" Body Lift kit. IMO if your willing to go with the 2" with all the work to change springs and alignment I would just put in the 3" lift.

I like it. No problems other than I dont get it out as much as I would like.



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Edit, Sorry not an TJ.

A couple years back (like 6 years) I installed a Rustys 3 in fullleaf pack kit on my xj. Shortly after I added 2 inch pucks and 1.5 inch shackles and adjustable lower arms. for a net total of 5 inches of lift.

The lower arms failed two years ago. I now run teraflex lowers.

As it sits right now, the xj has a distinct lean towards the pass side rear. And it has settled down a good bit, last time I checked I was sitting at 3.5 over stock. Down about 1.5 inches (almost the total of the budget boost).

Not sure what to make of that, but when I get the funding for longarms I am going away from the rustys stuff on the front end. And I have sourced a couple bastard leaf packs to beef up my rear system.
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