Reviewed By Jay D (Carteret, NJ) Reviewed for a 2012 Jeep Wrangler —7/16/2016 10:03 PM
Love the was simple way to get clearance for my 35's. The RE1733E is Just a temporary kit for now, they really should provide extended break lines though.
Reviewed By todd r (caroga lake, NY) Reviewed for a 2007 Chevy Silverado —7/16/2016 9:16 AM
The directions could have been better. I called to have the company e-mail me a picture of the gap guards installed to see what they look like installed. After that it was no problem. Had to cut the rear guards shorter for my 2007 silverado 1500
Reviewed By Eugene C B (CHESTER SPRINGS, PA) Reviewed for a 2016 Jeep Wrangler —7/12/2016 4:21 PM
With heavy front and rear steel bumpers got an immediate 2 1/2 inch in the front and 3 inch in the rear, but expect this to lower with time as the springs break in. Mechanic was impressed with the quality of the shocks, but had to modify the rear bracket holes to better align with the stock mounting holes. He also was not happy with how the front springs butted up to the yellow boot/spacer that came with it. Anyway, the lift was easy to install and the ride is much better than stock.
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