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    Hey im going to buy a rough country 4in susp lift, it come with everything i need, but im just wondering how good they are?

  • #2
    I had one on my 95 YJ!! Loved it.. It broke in very nicely and had no sag after 2 years of some good wheelen!!!

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    • #3
      that's what i just put on. It's a great system.

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      • #4
        I've had mine for over a year...still happy with it.

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        • #5
          I have one on my YJ. Installed it just over 1 year ago. It came with everything I needed and was fairly easy to install. I'd have to say that 80% of the work was getting the old factory crap unbolted. I haven't had any problems and definately recommend Rough Country.

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          • #6
            Thanks you guys, i have another question, will this mess up my rear driveshaft ? do i have to get a new one?

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            • #7
              No you don't need a new driveshaft unless you go with a sye and cv driveshaft.

              Today I did experience a leak at the cone of my transfer case so you might want to spend a couple more bucks and replace that seal while you are working down there.

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              • #8
                I installed a 3.5" rough country lift 3 years ago, along with 1.5" lift shackles, I do have a little bit of driveshaft vibration around 45 mph. The rear transfer case seal (replaced when I did the lift) leaks a little now, but nothing to panic about. Eventually, I'm gonna do a SYE driveshaft, but I don't drive it everyday, I just deal w/ it.

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                • #9
                  I had a 4' sus and 2' shackles....I was eating ujoints and seals like crazy... And i had a lot of vibe probems.. Def recommend a new drive shaft and t-case adapt.... But i ran it without for 2 years with out changing the drive shaft.. just got a little costly after a while...

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