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    Quote Originally Posted by dpetersen1988 View Post
    It's not recommended to mix regular oil with synthetic oil as the synthetic oil has additives and the properties that are in those additives could interact and cause the oil to destabilize and thus cause internal damage, me personally i would run synthetic oil but if u are on a budget and can oil afford regular oil stick with a good brand like Castrol or Valvoline, as for the lift i have a Rough Country X-Series lift with dual stabilizers in the front it has been a very good lift and have had none of the problems that i have heard from other members.
    Quote Originally Posted by dpetersen1988 View Post
    Please explain on why to stop, since u think you know it all i'm sick of guys like u that are bandwagon guys that team up and bash other people, i'm here to provide advice and share my experiences to other members not to handle a bunch of little kindergartners, perhaps u didn't read eddies rules , and i'm not recommending him to downgrade i'm providing my experience with the lift i have and the steering stabilizers have actually helped my rig out quite a bit as-well as other items.
    Good grief, go home and have your mom put your big boy pants on and then come back to play.

    And here, ........................................., when you do come back use some of these so you don't sound like a hyperactive dumbass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Ummm.... NO.

    -Sent from the kindergartner bandwagon.
    Ummm.... Yes

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    Feels good to be a rebel .... just cruising around without a steerig stabilizer, ummmmmm YES
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    Quote Originally Posted by VeruGE*144 View Post
    Feels good to be a rebel .... just cruising around without a steerig stabilizer, ummmmmm YES
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    Exactly, not needed if your shit is set up correctly and tight


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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    Exactly, not needed if your shit is set up correctly and tight


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    And since we are on rough country I have to post this up lol
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    Been at work all day. Man this was a fun thread to read. Thanks for insight guys. Haha


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    Quote Originally Posted by dpetersen1988 View Post
    It's not recommended to mix regular oil with synthetic oil as the synthetic oil has additives and the properties that are in those additives could interact and cause the oil to destabilize and thus cause internal damage, me personally i would run synthetic oil but if u are on a budget and can oil afford regular oil stick with a good brand like Castrol or Valvoline, as for the lift i have a Rough Country X-Series lift with dual stabilizers in the front it has been a very good lift and have had none of the problems that i have heard from other members.
    This is actually not true... Back when synthetic oil did come out originally they thought it not to be compatible with regular oil. However there have been studies done and shown that is perfectly acceptable to mix the two and will not cause harm. Also as everyone else dated he is probably running a synthetic blend which is perfectly acceptable as well.

    Too OP..... You can run full synthetic, synthetic blend...or regular oil completely up to you. I am a firm believer in synthetic and I run 8000 Miles on an oil change running Mobil 1 full synthetic or full synthetic high mileage and would recommend you change the filter halfway through. I run the filter the whole time. I have done this on my Ram pickup since I bought it and it has 226,000 MI and bought it with 54,000 miles on it and has been just fine. Again my personal preference but I believe synthetic is better and you can run it longer. Or you can run regular oil for about half the price and change everything out around 5,000 miles. There have been many studies done on regular oil as well lasting up to and over 10,000 miles and being just fine as well. Although most people don't choose to go that long on regular oil.

    As far as the lift as WJCO asked... What are you running now? As long as your setup is okay and nice and tight changing the lift is just personal preference at this point. Save up the money for a good lift or buy a good lift used if you can find one.

    Again just my$0.02. I have found two lift kits so far that I have purchased online off of Craigslist and such that are in perfect shape and saved a ton of money. Might not be the smartest investment but again saved a ton of money and bought lift kits for little to nothing and give me good idea of where I want to go but I was also starting from scratch more less on one of them. In the end it's going to have to be your personal decision. Good luck 👍

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    Quote Originally Posted by VeruGE*144 View Post
    Feels good to be a rebel .... just cruising around without a steerig stabilizer, ummmmmm YES
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    dang that FMF bumper and skid fit well. What tie road and drag link are you running? Fusion 4x4?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGrendel View Post
    dang that FMF bumper and skid fit well. What tie road and drag link are you running? Fusion 4x4?
    Yes Fusion 4x4


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    Quote Originally Posted by VeruGE*144 View Post
    Feels good to be a rebel .... just cruising around without a steerig stabilizer, ummmmmm YES
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    I finished a hard trail and drove 100 miles back home without one because my ROUGH COUNTRY SS bent and I couldn't steer right! I did not feel a difference!

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