Official Rocky Ridge Jeep K2 Overview
- June 21, 2016
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Rocky Ridge is known for its efforts to customize various trucks and other highly capable vehicles, including off-roading SUVs. Among its various customizations are the K-2 models, which are available for nearly every type of vehicle that Rocky Ridge works with. You can enjoy a K-2 with the Jeep Wrangler, Ford F-150, Chevrolet Silverado, GMC Sierra, Ram 1500, or Toyota Tundra. As with all other Rocky Ridge models, the K-2 is the result of more than 30 years of experience converting vehicles to meet the needs of drivers everywhere. The exact configuration and features of your Rocky Ridge K-2 vehicle will depend on the base model, although they all share plenty of features.
Starting with the Lift Kit
One of the key features of any K-2 is the Rocky Ridge Sport Suspension Lift Kit, which will vary slightly based on the model. The Jeep Wrangler K-2, for example, has the 3.5-inch version. This includes cam alignment bolts, adjustable track bar brackets in the front and rear, a brake line relocation bracket, a geometry correction bracket, a higher steer conversion, e-coated high-performance coil springs, replacements for the sway bar end links, and nitrogen-charged twin tube shocks.
The F-150 K-2 is similar, but it has the 6-inch version of the Suspension Lift Kit. This has the Rocky Ridge front strut tower extension and cross-members in the front and rear, along with ES 9000 rear shocks, compression struts, and an extension bracket for the brake line. A nearly identical kit is on the Silverado K-2, Sierra K-2, Ram K-2, and Tundra K-2, although some also have an add-a-leaf rear spring.
Interior and Exterior Enhancements
Depending on the Rocky Ridge K-2 you choose, there will also be a long list of interior and exterior enhancements. The F-150 K-2, for instance, adds a black bull bar featuring LED lights, wide oval black step bars, black ceramic exhaust tips, pocket style fender flares in matte black, and stainless steel dual exhaust. The Silverado K-2 has most of these but adds a matte carbon fiber interior trim, a Flowmaster muffler, and a black designer grille. Most have similar items, but the Jeep Wrangler K-2 has even more additions, such as full armor bumpers, an 8,500-pound synthetic rope winch, and all-weather floor mats.
You will always be able to recognize a Rocky Ridge K-2 thanks to its unique badging. Every K-2 conversion has a Rocky Ridge windshield banner and a Rocky Ridge tailgate emblem in black. This is just one of the many ways the Rocky Ridge K-2 stands out from the crowd.
Custom Tires and Wheels
As part of the K-2 conversion, the Rocky Ridge team upgrades the tires and wheels of the trucks, as well. Models have 4-wheel alignment, road force balancing, and a complete system recalibration. The wheels are swapped out for 20-inch ones with a black powder coating while the tires become 35-inch all-terrain ones. The only exceptions are the Ram K-2 with its 37-inch tires and Wrangler K-2 with its 18-inch wheels.
Every Rocky Ridge K-2 also gives you a care and maintenance USB drive to help take care of your vehicle, along with a 36,000-mile/3-year warranty for peace of mind.