Tcdawg, I did not mean that I would be settling if I went with rk, I was just meaning that in general. I love rk but I like to be a bit different , I haven't ran into many guys running the mc or Clayton around my area and I wanted to try something different
I don't know anything about the Clayton stuff but the MC suspension rides like a dream on the road. My concern has been it ls longevity and durability. The stuff has been out now for probably a year, maybe more hard to remember, and I don't think we've seen threads on it letting people down offroad. Curious as to the durability of their joints.
Just pulled up the Clayton LA. Looks nice, lifetime warranty, that's good. The Johnny Joints are strong but they won't give you the same ride on the road as the MC joints, which use lots if rubber for a real smooth soft ride on the road.
The JJ, and the RK Krawler joints are made for strength and durability offroad. Although my RK joints are great in the road, they are definitely not as smooth and soft as MC
I also noticed no track bars, TB brackets , brake lines, etc in the Clayton kit. You may have all this covered.
One more thought. At 4" + of suspension lift you'll probably want to flip your drag link to fix your steering geometry.