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Jan 28, 2012 21:55 |  #16

Nice shots. I used to have a JK also. Then figured it was too expense for me to rock crawl and changed to a beater. lol

Look nice though!


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Jan 30, 2012 15:02 |  #17

Grimscale wrote in post #13765176 (external link)
Nice to see another JKO'er here and your Rubi looks great!

Unfortunately for me, my recent T2i purchase has set back my designs for a RK 2.5" lift for my 4-door Rubi.
But that's what hobbies are for....spending all my money. :)

I don't think this will help on your 4dr since I took the 4dr coils and put them on my 2dr along with some spacers and new shocks. I set the whole thing up for about $300 only and got some nice lift out of it (and a suspension upgrade instead of just poly spacers). Apologies for the hijack and crappy Iphone pic (its all I have) but here's my JK with the lift. It can be done on the cheap if you are willing to piece it together. Discos and an adjustable rear track bar are next on the list.

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Jan 30, 2012 15:33 |  #18

Rough Country makes a nice rear frame side track bar bracket, I'm up to 3-1/2" of lift and see no reason to replace the rear bar.


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Jan 30, 2012 16:08 |  #19

Goodysgotacuda wrote in post #13795850 (external link)
Rough Country makes a nice rear frame side track bar bracket, I'm up to 3-1/2" of lift and see no reason to replace the rear bar.

Sounds cheaper and easier than an adjustable bar. I'll take a look. Truth be told, I'm probably only off about 1/4" so its truly not worth worrying about but still..

thanks for the heads up...again.


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Jan 30, 2012 18:09 |  #20

namasste wrote in post #13796076 (external link)
Sounds cheaper and easier than an adjustable bar. I'll take a look. Truth be told, I'm probably only off about 1/4" so its truly not worth worrying about but still..

thanks for the heads up...again.

1/4" is negligible. I put the rear bracket on (you want a frame side) after the 2.5" coil spacers. ~$30 or so


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