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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-08-2002, 02:35 PM
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Is a roughcountry all spring lift kit any good?

is a 4 in. roughcountry all spring lift kit any good?l
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Re: Is a roughcountry all spring lift kit any good?

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<font color=green>As good as any other all spring lift, although like I said in the other post, I highly recommend the Tuff Country over any other brand of springs.
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Re: Is a roughcountry all spring lift kit any good

I never have run them but from what I have heard they are rough riding. I love my 4" Tuff Counrty lift and TC 4" has the lowest spring rate according to ck5.com. Fair prices too. I got my 4" w/ rear blocks (shakle flip later) for $230 plus $40 for shipping.
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Re: Is a roughcountry all spring lift kit any good?

I've got the rough country on mine and, yes, it does ride pretty rough. I suppose if I gave a crap about a smooth ride, I wouldn't be driving a 77 K10[img]images/icons/tongue.gif[/img]. Just tell your gal to invest in a high impact sport bra[img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]
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Re: Is a roughcountry all spring lift kit any good

where is a cheap place to order from and do they have rear springs? mine are shot so might as well get lift springs
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Re: Is a roughcountry all spring lift kit any good

http://www.natltire.com has some lift springs at a good price. they r under the lift kits.
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Re: Is a roughcountry all spring lift kit any good

I got mine from Suspension Connection. Look in any 4x4 mag. I think their web is either suspensionconnection.com or tuffcountry.com
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Re: Is a roughcountry all spring lift kit any good?

That is the lift I put on mine. I would recommend it to anyone with a SFA Chevy. For the price, the kit can't be beat. Their customer service was great. Product was delivered by Fed-X in 2 days. They did goof and send me 4 front shocks but no rear shocks. I called them up, told them what happened, and 2 days later I got a box of 4 rear shocks, so I ended up with 2 complete sets. The ride is really pretty good and they will flex. The kit had been on my truck for 2 weeks when I took it wheeling. It flexed up enough to rub the 33" front tires on the fenders multiple times. All in all I'm very happy with it.
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Re: Is a roughcountry all spring lift kit any good?

I have the RC 6" full spring lift and it rides pretty good. It is sagging about 3/4" on the passenger side though
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