Rough country leveling kit

rmdizzle85

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I'm new to the jeep family, I just bought a used 2011 liberty limited last week. In pretty good shape, but all stock. So I'm slowly going to put money into it. Just looking for opinions on rough country leveling kits, I primarily use it for everyday driving, no extreme off-road needed, but with that being said I live in the north and in the country. So snow, mud, dirt roads, etc. I encounter quite often.
 

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Take a look in the FAQ section under lifts. You will quickly find that anything other than a spring lift with new shocks is not recommended. Ome springs and Bilstein or one shocks. I'm sure someone has part numbers memorized for you.
 

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I'm new to the jeep family, I just bought a used 2011 liberty limited last week. In pretty good shape, but all stock. So I'm slowly going to put money into it. Just looking for opinions on rough country leveling kits, I primarily use it for everyday driving, no extreme off-road needed, but with that being said I live in the north and in the country. So snow, mud, dirt roads, etc. I encounter quite often.
If you totally hate the Liberty and do not care about ride or handling then go for a spacer lift.
BUT if you do care about the Liberty, like a good ride and better handling than it ever was stock then do a full spring lift

But just say NO to spacer lifts , they are total junk
 

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