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Hi, everyone!!!

I'm currently searching for a lift that will level out my commander, as it has the typical front sag, as well as give it a better looking stance over all.
I am considering the all roads 3.5" front and 3" rear leveling kit (http://m.ebay.com/itm?itemId=291455015586).

Anyone have experience with this lift??
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More than likely, that lift will offer around 2" of total lift. It appears to have the same rear spacer as the Rough Country lift, and the strut fork won't lift as high as a top mounted spacer will. If it does lift the full 3", you'll start having problems with your front end geometry.

That being said, it'll probably level the XK out. But for the money, I'd recommend going with the more tried and true Rough Country lift, or the Crown Automotive variant I've posted about. It'll offer similar lift, and be cheaper.

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Hi, everyone!!!

I'm currently searching for a lift that will level out my commander, as it has the typical front sag, as well as give it a better looking stance over all.
I am considering the all roads 3.5" front and 3" rear leveling kit (2006-2010 Jeep XK Commander 3.5" Front 3" Rear Lift Full Kit 4WD 2WD | eBay).

Anyone have experience with this lift??
This is the safe bet;

Rough County lift kits - http://www.roughcountry.com/catalogsearch/result/?cat=0&q=Jeep+Commander+lift+kits


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The rough country levels it out?
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The rough country levels it out?
Yes it does....that's what I'm running.


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The rough country levels it out?
Yes it does....that's what I'm running.
Oh ok great. What tires are you running? And do they rub?
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Oh ok great. What tires are you running? And do they rub?
P265/70R17's TOYO Open Country All Terrains with custom Centerline Aluminum Rims (17 x 8 with 5.5 inch back spacing).

No rubbing whatsoever.


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