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yeah right now its for bigger tires and later on ill start changing pieces over to super lift and plus next year ill be at norfolk state university and well i dont think they know what mud is haha and right now ride quality wont change between my sagging coils and rusted shocks and a crack in my leaf spring sooo i feel like it would be an upgrade… but i would wait on the trail riding as i have heard that rc is only truely useable for mud or beach ridingRC for the money is alright.. IF you order RC, call RC directly in Dyersburg and order straight from them.
depends on what you want really. Just room for some larger tires, do it.
suspension travel, ride quality, etc... don't do RC.
I ran a RC for awhile and didn't really complain about it.. I just wanted more travel and a little softer ride.
Honestly if I was to do it all over again, I would just piece a lift together myself in the beginning....
EB coils, custom long arms, longer shocks, etc.... but you'll end up with more money in it than RC, but you'll have a better lift.
im getting the feeling you want a early bronco haha but who doesnt if had the money theres a guy here selling a read one with a soft top on 34syeah the biggest downfall is the RC coils are 445ppi... which is only 10 short of what the F250 lift coils are (455ppi). Makes ZERO sense the baby little B2 would have coils that stiff.
the fix is early bronco coils...