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    i have a 2002 TJ with 31s right now, no lift. i was looking at a 3.25" rough country lift. it looked like it had everything that i would need and it was around $370. i was wandering if there is another comparable lift out there that was around $400 and down? i know that you pay for what you get, but i have talked to some people that like that lift. i just want to get a feel for if there is something better or if that is good.
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    matters, you want to run 33 or 35 with the lift?
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    32 to 33.
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    I've always run Rubicon Express lifts myself, and highly recommend them. I can offer this advice though, suspension and drivetrain are the two places i don't go for the bargain prices.
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    I don't know of many people that have enjoyed their rough country lift.

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    I have the Rough Country lift and have no problems with it. I can't compare to a more expensive lift since this is the first lift I have ever run. I have had mine for several months and wheel it regularly. So far no problems. I read a lot of good reviews on the lift before I purchased it.

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    what rough country lift do you have?
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    I have the 2.5 suspension lift and 1 in body. i will send you a pic of my jeep on the trail. Tell them you are a jeep forum member and they will take an additional 10% off.

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    I'm a retard and cant figure out how to attach a photo to the email message. Go to Rocky Mountain Region and look at the photos under Jacarillas Run. I have the White TJ. You can get a feel for what it looks like and what it can do. I have plenty of clearance and run 33's.

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    Thanks. I take it you went through rough country to get it?
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