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    Quote Originally Posted by ReneXXC View Post
    Pulled the trigger on the Rancho with adjustable shocks. Now I need to find some decent rock sliders


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    EVo will be releasing theirs in 3 weeks...


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    Quote Originally Posted by dixonk View Post
    EVo will be releasing theirs in 3 weeks...


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    LOL, Not this again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CalSgt View Post
    LOL, Not this again...
    Low hanging fruit.


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    Are control arm relocation brackets needed on a 2 lift or should I wait until I install the lift to see how it drives?


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    Quote Originally Posted by ReneXXC View Post
    Are control arm relocation brackets needed on a 2 lift or should I wait until I install the lift to see how it drives?


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    I put 10K miles on a 2" boost kit without adding arms or brackets & it drove fine... Doesn't hurt to try it without

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    Lift it. You don't need much. 2" lift will yield more. My Mopar 2" lift yielded a little over 3". I did it my self in one day. Not too hard.

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    Lift advice

    Quote Originally Posted by BlueRubicon View Post
    Lift it. You don't need much. 2" lift will yield more. My Mopar 2" lift yielded a little over 3". I did it my self in one day. Not too hard.
    Ya. I ordered it yesterday. Impatiently waiting for it to arrive . I also ordered the Rancho adjustable track bar. The OEM bar has lots of play


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