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2" rough country vs 2.25" rocky road outfitters

I'm looking at doing a suspension lift on my '05 wk. I just want to know from anyone with first hand experience with either of these lifts which they prefer and what all you replaced ( shocks, struts and whatnot). I have an '05 wk, AWD, 4x4, trail edition, 4.7 for reference. Thanks!

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Re: 2" rough country vs 2.25" rocky road outfitters

I helped a friend with his kit on this same model. Are you looking to wheel it or do other mods?
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Re: 2" rough country vs 2.25" rocky road outfitters

Which lift did he use? And did you end up replacing the shocks or anything else?
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Re: 2" rough country vs 2.25" rocky road outfitters

He got the rocky road outfitters lift with the rancho adjustable shocks and the adjustable track bar.
HE LOVE'S IT!!!!!!!!
I have the 3.5 lift from rro on my wj and am super happy with it
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Re: 2" rough country vs 2.25" rocky road outfitters

Did he end up replacing the struts as well?
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Re: 2" rough country vs 2.25" rocky road outfitters

Yes, he said he was gonna order control arms too when he got the funds.
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Re: 2" rough country vs 2.25" rocky road outfitters

The stuff was acually pretty easy to install. I was suprissed
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Re: 2" rough country vs 2.25" rocky road outfitters

Does the kit level the front and back?
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Yes it does
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Re: 2" rough country vs 2.25" rocky road outfitters

Are you gonna put bigger tires and whheel it here and there or blacktop only??
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Re: 2" rough country vs 2.25" rocky road outfitters

Bigger tires. Just some light off roading. I want to get some BFG A/Ts as well as new wheels. Any suggestion on wheels?
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Re: 2" rough country vs 2.25" rocky road outfitters

Dick cepicks are good. I was acually looking at them for mine.
Take look at the goodyear duratracs
I run 265 70 17s and they are f#!/$ awsome!!!!! They are quiet and grip everything. Snow was an absolute breeze
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