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My 2007 2 door build

Post by Kjeeper10 on Sat Nov 07, 2015 6:57 pm

2007 jeep JK Rubicon 2 door. All stock Bought the jeep in 11 w/ 32k on the odometer, body/interior looked fantastic.

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* 2007 jeep JK 2 door Rubicon
* 3.8 engine w/ 4.10 gears
* Superchips tuned running 93 octane
* Sprintbooster
* Ether photoelectric LED headlights

* RK 3.5" coils
* Rock Krawler 8 arms cut short in the rear
* Rock Krawler rear track bar
* Teraflex rear track bar bracket
* Steer Smarts Yeti tie rod
* Steer Smarts Yeti top mount drag link
* Super lift front track bar
* Synergy ball joints
* Synergy upper frame brace
* Synergy rear swaybar links
* Synergy bumpstops 3"/2"
* Synergy front Ext brake lines
* Fox Ats stabilizer

* Artec truss
* Artec raised Track bar bracket
* Artec front lower control arm skids
* Artec Gussets

* Rancho 5000x shocks
* Rancho/Dynomax exhaust

* EVO rear shackle mounts
* EVO Rock stars

* Rugged Ridge front XHD bumper
* JKS Flex Connects
* Instant air supply 15 lbs CO2 tank
* 37x12.5x17 Mtr's
* 17" MB72 wheels

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Re: My 2007 2 door build

Post by Jamie on Sun Nov 08, 2015 1:00 pm

How do you like those rancho 5000 shocks compared to the 9000s. I am torn between the two.
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Re: My 2007 2 door build

Post by Kjeeper10 on Tue Nov 10, 2015 12:14 pm

I will always like the 9000's its so hard to compare. Both have pro's and cons. Honestly either will be fine under your jeep.

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Re: My 2007 2 door build

Post by Catmando on Wed Nov 11, 2015 7:10 am

Kjeeper10 wrote:I will always like the 9000's its so hard to compare. Both have pro's and cons. Honestly either will be fine under your jeep.

Love the 9000's. I recently set them to 7 al the way around on my JKU and they are better than ever now.

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Post by Jamie on Wed Nov 11, 2015 9:58 am

What's kind of lift height do you have on your jeep Catmando, I'm just trying to justify the extra for the 9000s. I've heard nothing but good things, but I've also heard nothing but good things from people running the 5000s.

Either on is going to be a huge improvement over the pro comp es 9000s I'm currently running. I let a guy at 4 wheel parts talk me into them when I had my other 2.5 spacer Lift installed over aa year and a half ago when I new very little about the stuff. Although the pro comps are a improvement over stock, they just don't get the job done.
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Re: My 2007 2 door build

Post by Catmando on Thu Nov 12, 2015 8:11 am

Jamie wrote:What's kind of lift height do you have on your jeep Catmando, I'm just trying to justify the extra for the 9000s. I've heard nothing but good things, but I've also heard nothing but good things from people running the 5000s.

Either on is going to be a huge improvement over the pro comp es 9000s I'm currently running. I let a guy at 4 wheel parts talk me into them when I had my other 2.5 spacer Lift installed over aa year and a half ago when I new very little about the stuff. Although the pro comps are a improvement over stock, they just don't get the job done.

I put on a Rock Krawler 2.5 Stock Mod kit with Rancho geo brackets. Over the last two years I have been progressively increasing the numbers on the shocks. It seem seemed like setting 3 and 5/4 were most popular on the forums....but it is all a personal preference.

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Post by Jamie on Thu Nov 12, 2015 10:47 am

Catmando wrote:
Jamie wrote:What's kind of lift height do you have on your jeep Catmando, I'm just trying to justify the extra for the 9000s. I've heard nothing but good things, but I've also heard nothing but good things from people running the 5000s.

Either on is going to be a huge improvement over the pro comp es 9000s I'm currently running. I let a guy at 4 wheel parts talk me into them when I had my other 2.5 spacer Lift installed over aa year and a half ago when I new very little about the stuff. Although the pro comps are a improvement over stock, they just don't get the job done.

I put on a Rock Krawler 2.5 Stock Mod kit with Rancho geo brackets.  Over the last two years I have been progressively increasing the numbers on the shocks.  It seem seemed like setting 3 and 5/4 were most popular on the forums....but it is all a personal preference.
Thanks for the info. I'm still debating, I got a 3" trailmaster Lift, running AEV correction brackets, a 1.25" Rough country Body Lift, with a rock krawler track, sitting on 17x9 incubus krawlers wheels with 1.5" rough country spacers and 35x12.5-17 Yokohama M/T tires.


I should of jumped on them last month when they where buy 3 get the 4th free. I would of gotten the 9000 for sure. Now I'll to figure out how to sell it to the wife that I need the 9000 over the 5000.
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Re: My 2007 2 door build

Post by Catmando on Thu Nov 12, 2015 4:23 pm

Jamie wrote:
Catmando wrote:
Jamie wrote:What's kind of lift height do you have on your jeep Catmando, I'm just trying to justify the extra for the 9000s. I've heard nothing but good things, but I've also heard nothing but good things from people running the 5000s.

Either on is going to be a huge improvement over the pro comp es 9000s I'm currently running. I let a guy at 4 wheel parts talk me into them when I had my other 2.5 spacer Lift installed over aa year and a half ago when I new very little about the stuff. Although the pro comps are a improvement over stock, they just don't get the job done.

I put on a Rock Krawler 2.5 Stock Mod kit with Rancho geo brackets.  Over the last two years I have been progressively increasing the numbers on the shocks.  It seem seemed like setting 3 and 5/4 were most popular on the forums....but it is all a personal preference.
Thanks for the info. I'm still debating, I got a 3" trailmaster Lift, running AEV correction brackets, a 1.25" Rough country Body Lift, with a rock krawler track, sitting on 17x9 incubus krawlers wheels with 1.5" rough country spacers and 35x12.5-17 Yokohama M/T tires.


I should of jumped on them last month when they where buy 3 get the 4th free. I would of gotten the 9000 for sure. Now I'll to figure out how to sell it to the wife that I need the 9000 over the 5000.

Wait for black friday. I paid $82 ea for mine.

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Re: My 2007 2 door build

Post by Jamie on Thu Nov 12, 2015 4:26 pm

Catmando wrote:
Jamie wrote:
Catmando wrote:
Jamie wrote:What's kind of lift height do you have on your jeep Catmando, I'm just trying to justify the extra for the 9000s. I've heard nothing but good things, but I've also heard nothing but good things from people running the 5000s.

Either on is going to be a huge improvement over the pro comp es 9000s I'm currently running. I let a guy at 4 wheel parts talk me into them when I had my other 2.5 spacer Lift installed over aa year and a half ago when I new very little about the stuff. Although the pro comps are a improvement over stock, they just don't get the job done.

I put on a Rock Krawler 2.5 Stock Mod kit with Rancho geo brackets.  Over the last two years I have been progressively increasing the numbers on the shocks.  It seem seemed like setting 3 and 5/4 were most popular on the forums....but it is all a personal preference.
Thanks for the info. I'm still debating, I got a 3" trailmaster Lift, running AEV correction brackets, a 1.25" Rough country Body Lift, with a rock krawler track, sitting on 17x9 incubus krawlers wheels with 1.5" rough country spacers and 35x12.5-17 Yokohama M/T tires.


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Wait for black friday. I paid $82 ea for mine.
If I can find them for that I would be all over that. I'm going to check around and see what kind of black of Black Friday sales I can find on shocks. $82 is a steal for those shocks.
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