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Are Zone Offroad Lifts Any Good

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Earl Hamilton
• Thursday, 19 November, 2020
• 8 min read

Less work, time, and money to build your Jeep right... I have it with 33's and love it. I went with Zone for their price and heard lots of good reviews on it.

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I don't have a lift yet (looking at the 4.25” combo), but the steering stabilizer is beefy and well-built. Allen at AOR is a WF sponsor and his customer service was awesome.

I am unlucky enough to get vibes at certain speeds and the TC drop looks silly, so I am doing a SHE instead of the MML/BL option. Got a deal on it from my local shop who's an authorized dealer for them, so I was able to get a lower price.

I would recommend them, only thing I would say though is to order the quick disconnect as I didn't, and now I'm gonna need to buy them, but keep the original in case one breaks. The shop I went to gave me lifetime warranty if anything breaks on it, so that's one reason why I went with them.

The bushings in mine wore out after a year of mild wheeling, and the shocks have worn out after about a year and a half of use. If you're sticking to the streets any of their stuff will probably be fine. I went with Zone for their price and heard lots of good reviews on it.

I don't know whether it was added by previous owner or came stock on the 03 Ruby but my jeep already has a SHE. The bushings in mine wore out after a year of mild wheeling, and the shocks have worn out after about a year and a half of use. If you're sticking to the streets any of their stuff will probably be fine.

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GERMAN I am going to wheel it once in a while looking to build the most capable weekend warrior I can while still keeping street-ability high priority. I don't know whether it was added by previous owner or came stock on the 03 Ruby but my jeep already has a SHE.

A CV drive shaft is still needed though if you don't want to have to worry about driveling vibrations (depending on what you end up doing of course). And rethink the body lift. GERMAN I am going to wheel it once in a while looking to build the most capable weekend warrior I can while still keeping street-ability high priority.

If you'll only be doing dirt roads I really don't see the point in spending huge amounts of money on an aftermarket suspension. My Jeep is my daily driver, so it's important that I can beat on it hard all weekend and still drive to work on Monday without any problems.

To do that, I'm a huge fan of the Johnny Joint; there are many manufacturers that use them in their arms. The upside is that their stuff is pretty much bulletproof.

You're partly correct, but it's hardly fair to say I'm not a fan of Zone entirely. If you decide to get more into offloading, you'll at least have a good platform to build with.

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What I'm not a fan of are the fixed control arms and crappy bushings their 4" lift come with. I'm certainly not making up the fact that the bushings are completely shot after a year of use, and they bent the control arm brackets up more than I find acceptable.

Which is exactly why I can't recommend that kit if you actually wheel your Jeep where this stuff matters. Like I said, if you stick to the streets and do easy wheeling you might not have any issues.

And there is absolutely nothing wrong with that; some people don't like to wheel their Jeeps very hard and that is completely fine. I have a 06' TJ and installed a Zone 4” all spring lift with the Nitro shocks and 12.50×33x15 Good Year Duration tires.

You can certainly upgrade the weak parts of the 4" kit from Zone, it's what I did. Personally I'll actually still be replacing the 4" coils with ones from Carrie when I have the extra cash.

I prefer a progressive style coil over the standard ones Zone supplies. In my case, since I'm replacing pretty much everything from the kit except for the rear extended sway bar links, I wish I would have waited since I could have saved that initial bit of money. But if you're fine with what Zones offers as a base, then it's certainly something you can build on later, you'll just be wasting money on the lower arms.

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Just got Zones 1.25 BL a few days ago, if Brown Dog wasn't behind on production I could share my experience. I also went through Allen at AOR, nice guy and lower prices than Zone website.

You can certainly upgrade the weak parts of the 4" kit from Zone, it's what I did. Personally I'll actually still be replacing the 4" coils with ones from Carrie when I have the extra cash.

I prefer a progressive style coil over the standard ones Zone supplies. In my case, since I'm replacing pretty much everything from the kit except for the rear extended sway bar links, I wish I would have waited since I could have saved that initial bit of money. But if you're fine with what Zones offers as a base, then it's certainly something you can build on later, you'll just be wasting money on the lower arms.

I still have their springs and sway bar links. Op I would reconsider the 4.25 combo. You'll be glad you have a small body lift when it comes time to do a tummy tuck.

I have the Zone 3" with a JCS 1.25 body lift and MML, so basically the 4.25 combo kit. I have not had it offload yet, so I can't speak to the flex, but I'm very happy with it.

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I got it from Jeff @ rockridge4wd who is a vendor here, and he is a great guy to talk to. The products created by both of these manufacturers are incredible, delivering excellent results in both ends of the vehicle.

Versatility Whether you go on or off the road, the ground clearance provided by the kit allows you to head out to any adventure you may have in mind. By doing that, the lift kit guarantees proper airflow from the radiator, ensuring there’s no loss of core support structural strength.

Complete kit for an incredible price Includes high-quality zinc plated hardware Comes with radiator relocation mounts Included front shock spacers compensate for the added lift Proper instructions to get everything done This pick is a 1.5” body lift that conveniently adds the extra clearance that drivers need for some purposes.

Combine it with a leveling kit, and you’ll be ready to head out to new and fun adventures. It’s a system that manages to relocate the front bumper, allowing the body to maintain the factory look.

Other than being much easier to install than larger body lifts, this kit does not affect towing ability. Once installed, you’ll notice little to no change for the worst, but rather a significant improvement that makes the purchase a good investment.

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A simple but effective kit that improves performance Relatively easy to install Provides increased clearance for a better ride Maintains factory ride Doesn’t affect the towing ability The lift kits created by this brand are next level, making your vehicle and your ride feel much better than they once were.

Compatibility Whether you have a Wrangler JK, Silverado, or Sierra 1500 models, Rough Country lift kit has got what you need. The kits reviewed here are perfect for those cars, as it provides protection and style while improving performance.

High-quality Design and Lifespan Durable forged torsion keys and premium N3 shock absorbers are some items you’d be getting from Rough Country. Increased Ground Clearance The kit allows the vehicle, and thus the drivers, have the perfect height to tackle most terrains.

With the right components, Silverado or Sierra 1500 car models are capable of providing outstanding performance. This leveling kit is ideal for those models, as it guarantees the perfect combination of performance, protection, and last but not least, style.

While you won’t have a hard time installing it, your ride may feel stiff once you start driving. It’s a regular issue that customers point out, and it’d be better to keep it in mind before purchasing.

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An ideal choice for Silverado/Sierra 1500 models Offers good performance, enough protection, and a stylish look Improves ground clearance on and off the road Long-lasting materials In this case, we’re taking a closer look at a 3.25” lift kit that fits perfectly to Wrangler JK 4-Door car models.

The items included in the purchase are not only effective at improving your vehicle’s performance, but they also look beautiful! Similar to the previous pick, this Rough Country set offers incredible ground clearance.

The premium N3 shock absorbers are yet again included in the package, guaranteeing excellent performance on and off the road. Besides improved clearance, the lift kit ensures comfort for all surfaces.

Zone kits are ideal for 4WD Jeep owners, as the front track bar and other components keep up just fine. However, the reason you’d want these kits is because of their balanced performance, as they’re capable of providing good results on street driving and light off-road adventures.

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