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Rough Country springs any good?

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by bigk, Jun 17, 2001.

  1. bigk

    bigk 1/2 ton status

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    Rough Country sure seems to have the best prices of all the kits advertised in the magazines, but the mags only seem to do tests on Skyjacker and BDS. Anyone have any experience with RC? Does it make the country rougher or smoother?

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  2. SlyDog

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    Re: Rough Country good?

    I've heard plenty of good things from everyone whos run it

    Paul a.k.a. Paulie a.k.a. Juan Valdez, take your pick !
     
  3. bigk

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    Thanks, need all the financial breaks I can get.

    87 black Silverado, 76 model 3/4 ton axles, add a leaf, 33 inch Wild Countrys
    Hope to go to 6 inch lift, 37 inch SSR's or 38 inch SX's, 4.88's
     
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    I have a 4 inch full spring kit from rough country and love it, even with full springs it was under 600 to my door, and that was regular price they often run sales on them if you watch them carfully enough. The kits come with everything to. There price is unbeatable, and I wopuld recomend them to anyone.
    Ike

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  5. surg82k5

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    i have recently put on a rough country 4" lift springs all the way and it runs great, a little rough at first but it is getting softer now. I have heard that if you are a serious flexer you don't want them but i don't do that so they are perfect for me. the kit comes with everything you need. in my kit i was short a couple of washers and nuts so i called them and they got them to me within two days, so they have great customer service atleast with my experiences.
    sergio
     
  6. bigk

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    Thanks for the info.
     

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