I have a 2014 AWD Express.
Can anyone help confirm that this is an applicable rough country kit?
Does anyone know the general lift amount that these give the van?
I honestly don't see how they label it as a 1.5-2.5 leveling kit and then use a 3" block in the rear.
Are there any other kits out there using a 2" block with a similar height leveling kit?
I was considering the journeys off-road or boulder off-road kits but their prices can't be justified.
journeys at $269. Rough country at $209 with 4 shocks. Even if I buy a 2" block for the rear I still save 30 bucks. And both kits would require purchasing a different rear shock.
This thread is helpful and have read through it. But, what the consensus after 48 pages? I'm hoping someone has internalized it better then i have.
My end goal is 2" in the rear and level the front (so, 2.5-3")
Also, to contribute a little.
I have a Lycksele Lovas futon in my van. Regularly sold used for 50 bucks.
It sits on 2x3 rails 13" above my floor. which fits 17gallon bins underneath. I still have the headliner and my floor is built above the seat rails so I can toss in the front seat when needed. Me, at 6'2, and 6'7 friend can both sit while in couch mode with a little head room. It's the perfect van folding bed. Me, my friend, both our wives, and 2 medium/large dogs can all hang out comfortably inside when in couch mode, the girls get the couch. And when the wine is gone we are in bed mode in seconds.
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