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    Default Rough Country Lifts

    ok guys im lookin at gettting a lift for my 98 gmc 4x4 and i was wondering what kind i should get. im not looking to spend a pile of money so i have been looking at the rough country lifts and i was wonering how good of a lift these really are. i have heard some good things and a few bad things but i cant really find out anything about the lifts on chevy's. any ideas

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    I have the 6" susp and 3" body lift from RC on mine and i couldnt ask for a better lift! it has given me no problems and some poeple say the shocks they give u are crap..but i have seen nothing that makes them crap to me! Very good lift for the price and a well known company
    Justin - Beavercreek,OH

    02 Z71 Ext. Cab (fully Loaded)
    * 9" Total Lift (RoughCountry)
    * 35' BF Goodrich Mud Terrain KM2s w/ 16" Chrome Pro Comp wheels
    * Hypertech Maxx Energy Programmer
    * K&N Intake
    * BlackOut Tails

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    the rough country lifts are the best bang for the buck out there. but i have heard the shocks are crap as well and my brother had them on his dodge and hated them. they rode really rough and wore out in 3 months
    95 GMC Sierra 2500
    3" Body Lift, 33" Goodyear MTR's
    5.7L 350 TBI Edelbrock SDT Exhaust, Flowtech Headers, K&N Intake
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    1999 Jeep Cherokee, 3" Rustys lift, 33" BFG MT's, locked, armored: Rolled :(
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    Rough Country is the number one lift we sell at the store. Best bang for the buck period. Great quality, amazing shipping times, and excellent pricing. Only downfall is once in a while they'll forget to send a bolt or some minor piece of hardware. That is the ONLY problem we've ever had. If I was lifting my truck, I would be going with RC myself.
    08 Z71 Victory Red Crew Cab
    Ground Force 2" drop in rear, 22" wheels, Toyo ST Rubber, K&N Intake, Magnaflow Duals, Bully Dog Prog., Weathertech Floormats, Grillcraft Grill, Undercover Sing Case, Viair Compressor, Wolo Horns, Hellwig F&R Sway Bars, Plasmaglow LED's, PEAK backup camera, Husky Mudflaps....lots more in the works.

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