I have heard really good stuff from Planman about his Trailmaster lift...Does anyone have a bad experience with this lift?
It uses 2", 0.25" wall arms. (Poly uses 2", 0.25" arms.)
The flex joints are sourced from Rock Krawler.
It uses an independent rear 3 link with weld-on truss--a big advantage for less binding from articulation.
The weld-on rear lower control arm brackets and truss give a good amount of clearance compared to some other name brand companies. (i.e. Teraflex).
The Fox adjustable remote reservoir shocks are amazing.
It is very stable on the street and offroad.
All it really needs, in my opinion is a front drag link flip kit from Poly or RK.
Since they were initially released, the kit now include new rear swaybar links instead of relocation brackets.
So yes, it is a pretty good bang for the buck and much better than their old short arm JK kits.