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DirtKing vs. ReadyLift UCAs


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I’ve narrowed down what UCAs will work for my application to DirtKing and Ready Lift, both companies have responded and said they’ll work for me without rubbing.

 

For reference, 2014 1500 Fox 2.0 Coilovers, a 20x9 +12 and 275/60/20.

 

Anyone able to offer any experience with either of these? 

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  • cjlet changed the title to DirtKing vs. ReadyLift UCAs

I installed the Eibach stage 1 kit to level my truck, went with the ReadyLift UCA. I changed my tires from stock 265/65/18 to 275/70/18. At stock tire size, there was no rub. 

 

At full lock, they rub ever so slightly on the front of the UCA. Considering i would only ever travel about 5 feet at full lock, like in a parking lot at slow speed, it doesn't bother me. 

 

You can see in the picture the rub mark on the front. 

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How many miles you got on those? I drive about 35k a year.

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I just did the installation this past month, and tires last week, so minimal driving so far. Stock wheels. 

 

Doing a 2000 mile trip in a few weeks towing a trailer, hopefully everything works out. 

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9 hours ago, YYC-SIERRA said:

I just did the installation this past month, and tires last week, so minimal driving so far. Stock wheels. 

 

Doing a 2000 mile trip in a few weeks towing a trailer, hopefully everything works out. 

Ah gotcha. I’m probably going to order these this week. Need to get my upper/lower taken care of and all my shocks replaced.

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So, after talking to Zone, I ended up ordering their UCAs. They say they’ll work with my setup and I shouldn’t have any issues. Now to wait on my buddy to be able to install everything.

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