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Anyone running Rubicon express 3.5" super flex with 35s i am leaning toward this lift. i have run there lifts on my previous yj and had no problems seemed like a quality product thx for any input.
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I'm close to that, but with a RE 4 1/2" long-arm and 35's.

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Here ya go..........

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Nice looking jeep any regrets with the lift anything you would change
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Great look, I am doing mine this weekend with a RE 3.5" Standard, and 35x12.5x17's.

Once that is done, then we are doing lockers (OX, front and rear) and potentially regearing. After that I will look to upgrade the lift as the 3.5 standard is suppose to be "upgradeable" to the long arm.
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just got off the phone with a guy in riverton wyoming and he gave me a price of $1920 with shocks shipped to my door anybody know if this is a good price for the lift thx in advance
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I paid $1930 for mine a couple of years ago. I'm happy with the ride on the road. I'm happy with the articulation off-road. I'm not happy with having to constantly replace the front track bar bushing! I just ordered my third from RE. This time I'm gonna measure the new one and see if Energy has one that will fit in it's place.
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I paid $1930 for mine a couple of years ago. I'm happy with the ride on the road. I'm happy with the articulation off-road. I'm not happy with having to constantly replace the front track bar bushing! I just ordered my third from RE. This time I'm gonna measure the new one and see if Energy has one that will fit in it's place.
do they not have a hemi joint style end to use instead of a bushing?

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I also got tired of replacing track bar bushings so I got a JKS and forgot about it

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