Join Date: Feb 2001
Location: Bremerton, WA.
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I would (and did) spend the money for the rs9000's. The adjustment level of three equates to the same as a rs5000, so then when you have levels one and two available you can get them way down for a light CJ. I run mine at three or four if driving to a trail, then drop them to 1 on the trail, or can dial in the rear a little stiffer to limit wheel hop. I even spent the money for the dual controller so I can adjust them without having to get out an reach under a muddy vehicle, or adjust on the fly. I wouldnt go back to rs5000's or the ProComp es3000/5000's.
I liked the Skyjacker lift on my J10 more than the Rancho I had on my K5 Blazer, but that's not a straight across comparison. The Skyjacker springs are a little less stiff.
74 cj5,304,t18,2.46 ts d20,30f,44r,soa,MORE buggy front,35's,Rci's,5pt,full cage,air,etc.
78 J10,360,727,d20,44f,44r,35's,4" lift,etc.
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