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Thread: VIDEO : JL JOURNAL - BETTER BOOST for Your BUDGET - RANCHO JL WRANGLER Sport Lift Kit

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    As mentioned - GREAT videos and explanation and above all, the answers and the feedback afterword, here.
    Just great information.
    Thanks a lot.

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    Well, in terms of cost, yeah, I'd say so. However, if you can afford to spend more, there are better kits available.
    like... (for example)????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bernard View Post
    As mentioned - GREAT videos and explanation and above all, the answers and the feedback afterword, here.
    Just great information.
    Thanks a lot.


    like... (for example)????
    For example, the new Dynatrac EnduroSport lift. But again, it is about twice the cost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    For example, the new Dynatrac EnduroSport lift. But again, it is about twice the cost.
    Yes I can see that - the cost.
    But with the Rancho kit, you run the EVO arms - How does it effect the overall ride (on and off road) off the Ranchos? Doesn't it upgrade that basic Rancho kit?
    Wouldn't you have to add that to the cost?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bernard View Post
    Yes I can see that - the cost.
    But with the Rancho kit, you run the EVO arms - How does it effect the overall ride (on and off road) off the Ranchos? Doesn't it upgrade that basic Rancho kit?
    Wouldn't you have to add that to the cost?
    You don't need to run the Rancho kit or any 2" lift with adjustable control arms. If anything, some would argue that the ride would be slightly nicer with factory arms being that they have bonded rubber for bushings.

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