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    Default Superlift 4" Superide Suspension

    Can any one tell me about this lift..?

    http://www.quadratec.com/products/16207_011.htm

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    my buddy im stationed with has that one for his 04 rubi and he doesnt have any problems with it
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    Quote Originally Posted by USMCCowboy View Post
    my buddy im stationed with has that one for his 04 rubi and he doesnt have any problems with it


    Thanks...

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    Pretty sure someone on here (igniss8-something) just bought a Rubicon Express lift to replace his superlift. Buy nice or buy twice. 4x4groupbuy.com has great deals on RE lifts w/ SYE and Driveshafts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by korisu56 View Post
    Pretty sure someone on here (igniss8-something) just bought a Rubicon Express lift to replace his superlift. Buy nice or buy twice. 4x4groupbuy.com has great deals on RE lifts w/ SYE and Driveshafts.

    Haha good point...

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    yea sorry i forgot to add that he doesnt take it off road that i konw of
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    Quote Originally Posted by USMCCowboy View Post
    yea sorry i forgot to add that he doesnt take it off road that i konw of

    Yeah I want to take mine off road...

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    Doesn't look very complete.
    Whatever you get, make sure it comes with and adjustable front track bar and adjustable control arms. You'll probably want to get sway bar disconnects with it as well.
    Keep in mind, that with 4" of lift your rear pinion angle will be a bit off and you may end up with driveline vibes. Most lifts come w/ a transfer case drop to help with this. I would suggest getting a sye and cv drive shaft and ditching the t case drop.

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    Most people tend to start off with a 2" budget lift, a 1" body lift, a 1" motor mount lift and sway bar disconnects. Total would be around $450 and you won't have to worry about your drive line angles and vibrations. You'll also be able to clear 33" tires.

    Again, most people start off with that. You'll get the itch and some point in time and want to do a full lift, but it will give you time to save up for something nice and still be able to enjoy going off road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffb_79 View Post
    Most people tend to start off with a 2" budget lift, a 1" body lift, a 1" motor mount lift and sway bar disconnects. Total would be around $450 and you won't have to worry about your drive line angles and vibrations. You'll also be able to clear 33" tires.

    Again, most people start off with that. You'll get the itch and some point in time and want to do a full lift, but it will give you time to save up for something nice and still be able to enjoy going off road.

    Thats actually pretty much what im looking for...Thank you..

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