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    Anyone have a Zone Offroad Lift?

    Price for a 3" suspension lift is 488.83. includes springs, shocks, end links, track bar relocation bracket, tcase drop. seems like a good deal.

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    I do not have one now - I did on my TJ. Got it from and installed by Rockspyder. Was great !! Made by BDS. Just not the lifetime warranty.

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    I had one on my WJ. Good kit for light wheeling. Driving like a madman will kill the bushings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C.C. View Post
    I had one on my WJ. Good kit for light wheeling. Driving like a madman will kill the bushings.
    Could they be any worse than Rough Country bushings?

    My buddy has a mall crawler with the Zone 4" lift and is happy with it but, like I said, its basically a mall crawler.
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    Quite a few people in Alberta jk owners club run them
    haven't heard any complaints and they all wheel them on a regular basis.

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    I have a 2.5 Zone Offroad BB for JK if you're interested. Bits are in my garage but it's all there .. pucks, bumpstops etc.
    "i like the way the line goes up the back of those stockings"

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    I run a 4" zone kit on my TJ and it has been good to me for the last 3 years. It was great when I first started to wheel but now im getting tired of replacing bushings so its time to upgrade. It is a great deal and no matter what lift you go for in the lower price bracket you will eventually reach a point where its time for something better
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    Re: Anyone have a Zone Offroad Lift?

    I have a 3" zone on my jk. Only problem was the cheap shocks swap them out and she rides great. Had it for about 3 years now no sagging

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    I have a 3'' kit in my xj with full leafs. Bought from Rock Spyder back in October. Rear leafs sagged pretty quick and were replaced under warranty (thanks again to Jim over at rock spyder!), but unfortunately they sagged again, so I added a lift shackle in the rear to even it out. They dropped an inch compared to the front coils.

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    For a $100 bucks you can't go wrong with the Zone Offroad 2" Lift that i am selling. It will keep your insurance company happy too. 2" may not seem a lot but I was pleasantly surprised at the height and clearance that i got with this kit. If you're not happy after a year you can sell it and go bigger.

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