Rough Country Lift Kit

Discussion in 'Lifted & Offroad Suspension' started by erskine, Sep 5, 2008.

  1. erskine

    erskine New Member

    thinking about buying there 3in lift kit I was wondering if there is anything I should worry about these kits and the quaily of them. Plus any advise when installing it.
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  2. Pete95Sierra

    Pete95Sierra New Member

    it should probably be a relatively easy lift to install. what comes with it? Rear AAL and front spacer? i have heard good things about rough country and others on here who have it should chime in
  3. 04sierracrewcab

    04sierracrewcab New Member

    rough country is a good brand my father has r.c. shocks on his jeep wrangler and its a smooth ride ...he drives 20 miles on the hwy every day ...(rolling 35's)
  4. CarpenterGuy

    CarpenterGuy New Member

    All the research i've done about lift kits points to rough country and a couple other kits as being up there in the top lifts.
  5. Z71_usmc_rebel

    Z71_usmc_rebel New Member

    Hey the rough country kits are awesome! i have the 6"susp and 3" body on my truck its an awesome lift
  6. hutch_pt

    hutch_pt New Member

    I have the 6" rough country lift and have had no complaints thus far...
  7. finalday7

    finalday7 New Member

    I've been thinkin about gettin the same lift for my 07 so I love to see some pics when your done.
  8. flyin6

    flyin6 New Member

    Point of order here, I believe the RC 3" kit also comes with UCA's (upper control arms) to improve the upper ball joint angle

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  9. audiophile22

    audiophile22 New Member

    I just ordered this kit. Hopefully i can put it on and post some pics asap
  10. Bbad

    Bbad New Member

    i want that kit also

    i was also thinking about the 3in rough country lift i have spacers in front to level the truck and i was going to get the rough country lift to get the truck just alittle higher and it is a very afordable kit so i think i will be getting it soon.
  11. dwill3015

    dwill3015 New Member

    Rough Country makes a decent lift but as far as installation, it is usually best installed by a professional (not to say you are not capable) but installing a lift on an IFS truck is pretty intense.
  12. Bbad

    Bbad New Member

    how much do you think it would cost to get a three inch spindle lift and rear block kit installed by a professional?
  13. Z71_usmc_rebel

    Z71_usmc_rebel New Member

    i cant give u a quote for that but to have my 6" installed by a pro it was $650 for you would prob be looking at $300-$400 ??? IMO
  14. audiophile22

    audiophile22 New Member

    It really wasnt that bad. This is the second lift I have installed. My other vehicle was a Tacoma, and I did a 3" lift as well. But I have had lots of experience with rebuilding front ends on hot rods and custom cars. Usually working with less space than the inner fender of my 08 Silverado. At least I had lots of room for pry bars and impact wrenches to work. If you do this on your own tho... I REALLY ENCOURAGE that you have someone at least HELP you. I did it alone and nearly killed myself taking out the differential.

    This is not an EASY lift by any means. It took me a few hours a couple days in a row for the front suspension, and I did the rear in about an hour.
    If this is the first big thing you would ever be doing to your vehicle, then i HIGHLY recommend having a professional do it.


  15. audiophile22

    audiophile22 New Member

    NEXT UP... TIRES... :rofl:
  16. Pete95Sierra

    Pete95Sierra New Member

    sounds about right to me
  17. audiophile22

    audiophile22 New Member

    Lift and Tires

    I got Cooper STT 305/60/r18's on it. they ride great and they look sick!
    it's rainin down here in Arkansas so I have the feeling i'll get to try them out REAL soon :)


  18. adidasboy918

    adidasboy918 New Member

    love how your tires look, i want to get some tires with that kind of grip on my truck.:great:
  19. Pete95Sierra

    Pete95Sierra New Member

    IMO the Cooper STT is one of the best tires out there, especially for the money. they are nex ton my list when my MTR's go on my Jeep. they look awesome and work even better. nice choice
  20. jbrown

    jbrown New Member

    Still happy??

    I am looking into this lift as well, Audio are you still satisfied with the lift and the operation of your truck? I am curious as my research on the kit has lead me to many posts of how unhappy people were with the kit and how they ended up spending a lot of money to go with other suspensions....
    Thanks to anyone who can add...

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