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I should’ve done this instead of the HRG lift, but was backordered then. I have so much front rake it makes it look like just the rears lifted. No one wants rake in a lift. Was told it levels it out which it doesn’t like the FRL setup. Lift looks good on there.
 
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I had to wait about a month but I believe it was worth it, they are pricier than most lift-kit out there as well
 


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I’m taking the Avatar out this weekend for some proper off-roading I’ll give update of how the lift-kit worked out. I’ll try to get some good videos.
 

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I put on the Woolworth motor sport out of Las Vegas 1 3/4 lift gave me two full extra inches ground clearance
Wow that is amazing.How long have you had it , and any noticeable ride changes.?
 


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Originally the HRG seemed to be the best one @$429 for 1.5'' lift. After seeing this post I went back to the HRG website and now I see another lift for $849 and 2.5" lift. This would put the FRL inbetween the 2 HRG lifts @$585 and 1.75" lift. Why is FRL better when HRG seemed to be the best one out there based on posts and comments? Are the larger lifts mabe getting to aggressive for the vehicle platform? Also the H&R springs although I do not see a badlands option might be a safer option with similar lift. Correct me me if I am wrong but the one FORD seems to reccomend or sell is the worse one from Rough Country? I am so confused. :inspect:🤪 Maybe I need Calgon to take me away. Thats it maybe just slam the badlands to the ground and tear off everything on a low curb LMAO.
 
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Originally the HRG seemed to be the best one @$429 for 1.5'' lift. After seeing this post I went back to the HRG website and now I see another lift for $849 and 2.5" lift. This would put the FRL inbetween the 2 HRG lifts @$585 and 1.75" lift. Why is FRL better when HRG seemed to be the best one out there based on posts and comments? Are the larger lifts mabe getting to aggressive for the vehicle platform? Also the H&R springs although I do not see a badlands option might be a safer option with similar lift. Correct me me if I am wrong but the one FORD seems to reccomend or sell is the worse one from Rough Country? I am so confused. :inspect:🤪 Maybe I need Calgon to take me away. Thats it maybe just slam the badlands to the ground and tear off everything on a low curb LMAO.
I believe that HRG and FRL are good products the difference why I chose FRL is just a bit taller lift. I think both are well made. I don’t believe that RC I would use first they say it’s not recommended for off road🤔 and won’t fit badlands or first edition.
 

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Nice ride, I'm following this! After scraping rocks in Moab, that extra clearance would be a nice upgrade.

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The problem in Moab is there are always bigger rocks than your lift! The low hanging front bumper will get it every time. Especially right in front of your tires.
 

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What is your clearance at the lowest point underneath? The actual clearance to the lowest component. Usually the differential housing.

 
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