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Old 08-04-2010, 12:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Who makes the best RUF kit? I noticed RRO has one but I just ordered missing link shackles from them and it took 2 weeks to get here (no exaggeration). I need to keep the axle in the original location as I am using a Z-link and can't push the axle forward.

I am also considering CJ's on all four corners (just did the back).

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pretty much anyone BUT RRO. Trail tough, and sky manufacturing come to mind. Both of them have excellent products and customer service. Two things that RRO doesn't have.
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I am also considering CJ's on all four corners (just did the back).

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You will not find a RUF kit that will keep your axle in the stock location using CJ packs up front...

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Going Long - CJ Spring Packs Up Front



My suggestion if you really want to go with CJ packs up front is to break down and get a true high steer solution. The Z link won't fit if you go more than an inch forward with the axle. (and you will be much happier on the trail with something that doesn't fight you with every rock you go over)
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