Gidday, long time no post. A company out here is offering the "skyjacker lift kits". I haven't heard of them before so I thought I would see if any of you had any experience with these kits.
Be looking forward to your replies.
P.S. The picture is of my 1999 xh falcon ute. I doubt if any of you have seem one of these before.
Hopefuly this is a real Skyjacker kit you are talking about, and not a generic rip off. If so, yes Skyjacker kits are of high qaulity and are worth the money you pay for them. I would also look at Rancho. What vehicle will this lift be going on?
do you guys have lift laws there? Just intersted about it?
as far as skyjacker goes they do make a quality product but for the bling bling i would go with a superlift with the super runner steering to eliminate the poor steering geo. The super runner kit changes the flying y to a center link style like a gm so that you do not get the accel tire wear from constant change in toe angle as the susp cycles
i had a 9" skyjacker on my old 79 f150 and i loved it i rode like a dream car [img]images/graemlins/applause.gif[/img]!!! I just recently got another 79 and I am going to buy another 9" kit from them if i can't find a used one anywhere!
there website should tell you locations of dealers near you at www.skyjacker.com hope all the info helps you in your quest for height! [img]images/graemlins/40BEER.gif[/img]
Gidday, not too sure about restrictions on lifts but insurance is where they hit you. Though I did have trouble registering my bronco because it had 33 inch tyres, not the standard ones. Modifying has become a lot tougher over the years. Now they just about what engineers certificates for everything.