Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Gardnerville, NV
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I sell the full line of lift kits out their including Rough Country. There is nothing wrong with RC, every lift has its problems even the top of the line kits.
I sell 4-6 RC lift kits a month to Jeep Lithia that they install on their Jeep that roll out of their show room, they have never had any issues at all. They do not void the warranty when they install the RC & RK lifts at the dealership too.
We live 30 minutes from the Rubicon and lots of other famous trails in the Sierra mountains. This is were most of the wheeling is done and its not easy terrain. I have ran the Rubicon over 8 times in the past year with a RC lift with no problems. I have also ran RE, and RK.
The only warranty issue I have even had is the RC 4" X-series kit, the flex joint worn out a bit to fast and they sent a new set no questions asked. They also mentioned they buy their flex joint's from the same place the other lift kit company buy theirs at.
Something you guys might not know, is that most of the parts are bought from only a hand full of manufacturing company's that build for these parts for major name brand kits. There is only a couple manufactures that build coils, so most of the time they come from the same place just built to the spec of the purchaser and rebadged
I know the manufacture that most get the flex joints from, they don't make those parts in house. There is other ones too, I know a shock company that just send different stickers on their shock to different suppliers because I have talked to them about some shocks for a long arm kit that were are designing.
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We also sell ARB 4x4 accessories, OR Fab, Trail Master Suspension, Rough Country suspension, Rock Krawler, Iron Rock Off Road, Rubicon Express, Rugged Ridge, Poly Performance, Trail Tools, Trailer DIY Parts including Tubs, and roof top tents