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Old 09-24-2013, 08:41 AM
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Rough Country vs. Skyjacker vs. Tuff country

Hey Y'all i'm lookin for a new lift kit for my '97 f250 and was wondering what company has the best quality? My buddies mostly have RC but I've heard good & bad things about them. Looking for a 4' or 6' lift so any pictures or advice would be appreciated thanks!
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Both Rough County and Tough country are the Bottom of the Barrel.

Skyjacker, Superlift, Rancho, BDS are all better
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I have a superlift kit on mine with monroe reflex shocks. Has a nice ride and is very capable. Actually I should say my front springs are superlift because when I installed the front D60 I had to build 7" blocks for the rear because the lift is just over 5" taller than stock F250 height with the springs and D60 and I wanted to retain my factory rear overloads.
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I have rough country lift and no complaints. It rides better than factory but still pretty $hitty.
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I also have a rough country lift and I have no complaints at all. It rides better than stock and they had great customer service.
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