Originally Posted by mosier
If your only goal is to have a little bit of lift for larger tires, then that's probably the least amount of money involved, especially if you do it yourself. Lots of folks have run just and RC lift, 1.25" - 1.5" spacers all round and the 265/70/17 tires on factory wheels. I still recommend the pinch weld.
Before you do anything and get caught up in the "fog of war" on dress'n up or modifying your WK, you really should ask yourself what you want to do with it, and what your plans both short term and long term are. This will save you a lot of money and "do overs" vs. constantly changing out mods for "upgrades" and so forth than if you just waited to do what you wanted to do the first time. However, there is nothing wrong with experimenting and playing around with a bunch of different things if that's what you want to do and have the means
I've been patrolling the forums because I know people hate answering the same questions a million times or people that just join here to ask one question and leave. Just honestly dont know what route to go.
Its defiantly a money thing. I don't think I can justify dropping 3 grand in suspension and tire combo.
Baseline is I agree with thinking ahead, and doing it right the first time. Tires are getting low enough where I may not be good for winter. Would you say its worth waiting 6 months for an OME or Rocky Road lift because they seem actually legit. Or do a basic RC 2 in with spacers to get by.
Also who here has RR, I've read through there site and they seem to guarantee a lot. How much are they for a 2.25-3in lift? Cant get a definite price.