I have not found this to be a problem but if yours is soft them it could be fixed by the replacement of either the shocks or springs, obviously the shocks are the cheaper of the two to replace. The spring replacement would give you a much firmer ride.
I actually had the opposite problem. With all the weight from the extra gas tank, 35 gallons of gas, the storage compartment full of stuff including a winch. This made the rear springs compress to the point that they bottomed out on a dip or bump. I replaced them with some 4 inch taller springs that I got from Phunkeydude. Now it rides much better and does not bottom out at all. The longer shocks that I put on when they installed the 2 inch lift still worked fine with the 4 inch lift. The bottom hard rubber spacers were trashed as many others on the forum have also noticed.
Im looking at the compleet Super lift 4 inch kit for my 07 Overland Commander, I just got the truck and looking at what my option are cant seam to find much for lifts for them.
Anyone combine the Superlift 4 inch and the 2 inch spacer kit?????
Experiaces good or bad?
Is the angle on the CV'S...
Hi All...so I ran a JBA $1200 4inch lift for a while. After all the issues in the last couple of years I've called superlift and paid and put piece by piece together their lift (minus the rear, i got core 4x4 t3 control arms with the fuel tank bend). So I bought new Rancho RS-55826 struts, new...
I have just fitted a 2.5" rough country lift and now I'm getting a thumping sound from the front drivers side drive shaft under acceleration. I'm guessing it's worn and as it's at a different angle now it has brought this to light? My question is would replacing them sort the problem. Or...
I have to pull the half shaft from a 08 Commander. As seems to be pretty common the Clevis bolt is seized in the LCA bushing.
I am trying to confirm the part number of the bushing.
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