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Ready Lift, Rough Country, Motofab, Zone, etc - Experience

Lawfin

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I am picking up my 2019 Bighorn/Lonestar Crew Cab w/ 6'4 bed next week. I currently own a 2014 Big Horn that has a Bilstein adjustable front level (2.75) with Zone UCAs, and a 1" rear lift. I love the stance of the truck and the system has worked well, though I did experience a blown ball joint after a rough week in the back country. My 2014 is going to my son at an EXTREMELY low price in support of his commitment in the Army. I get a new truck out of the deal but I have to say, it's brutal to let my 2014 go.

I want to level the truck and am not sure I want a full 3.5" lift (i.e. Rough Country). I have not ruled it out . . . I'm just not sure. I might prefer 2.5" or even 2". I am not looking for a perfect level (I like an ever so slight rake). My off-road use of this truck will be very limited. I will likely run 33" tires (KO2s), so tire fit is not an issue. I know there are many threads on this subject, and what I am interested in is opinions of those of you who have a few months on a level or lift, what kit/product you have, and what you think. Has anyone had problems with stock UCA's yet or your after-markent UCA's? Any issues with handling? Anything I should beware of, stay away from, etc? Thanks in advance.
 

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I can only speak for myself with my 2” Mopar lift. I’ve had no problems with it and as far as fitment of tires se ark sizes will go on depending of offset of wheels. Now with that being said to me it’s expensive for what you get, but priceless for thatpeace of mind. Here’s what it looked like when first installed. 0BEEE81B-1F23-4D63-8DD0-725EF4078DDE.jpeg
 

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I can only speak for myself with my 2” Mopar lift. I’ve had no problems with it and as far as fitment of tires se ark sizes will go on depending of offset of wheels. Now with that being said to me it’s expensive for what you get, but priceless for thatpeace of mind. Here’s what it looked like when first installed. View attachment 15858
Great looking rig. Stance looks perfect.
 

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