For wheeling more wheel travel is always worth it.I have the same lift on my commander (going on 2 years). You don't really need to replace the rear shocks, I kept the factory ones on for a long time with no problems at all. Only thing you will gain is a little more travel in the axle with a longer shock but in my opinion not worth it.
exactly put the $150 spacers on and upgrade your shocks as they wear out. There some good threads around on what length of shocks to get.The answer to anything cheap and easy is Rough Country
I agree. With a decent set of tools and some mechanical knowledge, RC sells a do it yourself 2" coil spring extension kit that is fairly simple, for $149.00The answer to anything cheap and easy is Rough Country
When you order it expect it to take a while. It took a little over 3 weeks to get my RR lift and it has now been over 4 weeks and I still don't have the shocks.thanks everyone, i cant wait to get the lift.
You will have to get a front end alignment when done. Could be very dangerous until you have the alignment done. Drive slow to the alignment shop and you should be ok.So, I need help choosing a lift, I want something prrtty much cheep and easy that will get me some extra space underneath me while im off road...
Im thinking of rockyroad 2.25in lift but dont know if I absolutly need to get new shocks, can I just slap on the $200 spacers and be done with it?
Any help is appreciated, thanks.