Rough Country 4 inch lift

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jcj1576

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May 6, 2018
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That stance looks just right to me. Any noticeable impact to MPG? I have air bags on mine and not sure i can lift it.
 

Old man

New Member
Mar 14, 2019
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Depending on size tire. I’ve got 35” on mine ive lost 2-3 mpg.
 

Old man

New Member
Mar 14, 2019
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The offset of wheels. Or spacers needed for wider heavier tires do tend to tear up wheel bearing life a lot sooner. My lift was installed at 10,000 miles. Wheel bearings went at 65,000.