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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-04-2014, 01:38 PM Thread Starter
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Rough Country Commander "pics"

New here and just thought I would share some pictures of my commander for others to use if they are thinking about a lift.

As it sits in the picture

07 Commander 4.7
Rough Country 2" Spacer Lift
Monroe Quick Struts PN #171377L #171377R in the front
Monroe Load Level "longer shocks" in back PN #58643
Stock wheels, no spacers Rubs on full lock on the sway bar.
255-75-17 BFG Mud Terrain Tires.




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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-09-2014, 03:14 PM
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thanks for this it was very helpful.
im looking at getting the RC or RR lift but, then again im also looking at the OME/Bilstein combo.

how is the ride quality compared to stock?
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i just noticed that those monroe struts are a full spring/strut replacemets. is that stock height and ride quality or is it higher??
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Looks good! I like your tire choice especially. Seems like the best compromise between road, off-road, and money. I think I'll follow suit.

I will be installing the OME MD kit and JBA UCA's. I have some of the parts already, but waiting on the rest to come in. I'll put up pics when I'm done.
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Hows it ride? Looks awesome!
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Did you do the pinch weld mod?? Looks good...
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Are the quick struts up front bigger/longer than stock?
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Am I missing something? I see no pic, lol.
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Am I missing something? I see no pic, lol.
Old thread. Pics are gone.
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Are the quick struts up front bigger/longer than stock?
Nope stock length. They are running a rough country lift.
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