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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-22-2013, 08:05 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone ever used this lift kit on your Commander? Thinking of getting one. 2007 Commander Rocky Mountain Edition.

Any help appreciated.


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Don't get it. Go with Rough Country 2" spacer lift. Best budget boost for our vehicles and its only $150. Installs in about 2-5 hours depending on tools and knowledge of vehicle.


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Yea that's been the advice I've gotten from Jeep owners here in Nashville the past few days. Got a buddy that installs only rough country at his shop and says it will lift and level perfectly.

I just didn't know about ride/noise quality in metal spacers vs poly spacers.

Thanks for the advice. I've read all threads on the subject provided as well. Good stuff.
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You won't here any noise with the metal or poly spacers. But poly spacers tend to get worn and sag over time. That's why metal is best.


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Makes sense. Thanks again.
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