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does any one or has anyone ever used the suspension lifts for rocky-road.com. with the ome suspension. i have been looking through there sight but i have never heard any response to them or known anyone with them. would the be a good system if not what suspension kits should i be looking at? how are the other parts and accessories compared to other products.

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If you a bit of searching here, you find that there are some strong opinions on both sides of Rock Road's products and services.

 

My own personal experiences have been pretty negative with them, and I will leave it that.

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I know people that have been burnt by them. The rear shocks on my KJ's "rockfather" lift did not last 8,000 miles before they had to be replaced.

 

Search here and several jeep sites, like lostjeeps.com, and you will find all sorts of info to help you decide what you want to do as afar as RRO goes.

 

OME springs are great,though.

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I had their 5" lift on my truck,It worked well and the quality was good. i have yet to have a problem with anything ive got from them.

 

Just keep in mind that their kits are very basic to keep prices low they come with enough to lift your truck and drive it but not everything you should have on your truck,they sell all the parts but as upgrades to the basic kits.

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All I'm going to say is a 5 inch "kit" without control arms or drop brackets is not a kit, that's half a kit, and is just a scam to drop the price. plan on buying longer arms or their drop brackets.

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No complaints about RR service or shipping speed. Have their 1" lift kit (spacers and shackles) and they seem to do their job. Only complaint is the grease fitting broke right off a shackle after install. I do recommend new rear leaf bushings if putting on their lift shackle, as there's a bit of play in it with a stock bushing. Had to put in washers as spacers.

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