Suspension Accessories

  • Jeep Wrangler JK Lift Kits

    The 2007-present Jeep Wranglers are referred to as JK models. The JK is an easy vehicle to lift and fit large tires. A simple two inch lift can provide room for a much larger tire.
  • Jeep Wrangler TJ Lift Kits

    1997-2006 Jeep Wranglers are referred to as TJ models. The Jeep TJ is the first Wrangler to use coil springs, which gave an improved ride quality and off-road performance.
  • Jeep Wrangler YJ Lift Kits

    1987-1995 Jeep Wranglers are referred to as YJ models. The YJ uses leaf springs for the suspension at all four corners.
  • Jeep CJ Lift Kits

    CJ-5, CJ-7, CJ-8 are classic Jeeps that offer great off-road ability and classic styling. Jeep CJ lift kits use leaf springs to raise the Jeep.
  • Jeep Cherokee XJ Lift Kits

    1984-01 mid-sized Jeep Cherokees are referred to as XJ models. Sometimes the term Cherokee is confusing because the full-size Jeeps were also called Cherokees. The XJ is easily identified because it has coil springs in the front and leaf springs in the rear.
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee ZJ

    1993-98 Jeep Grand Cherokees are referred to as ZJ models. The ZJ uses coil springs at all four corners and provides great off-road ability with a comfortable interior.
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee WJ Lift Kits

    1999-2004 Jeep Grand Cherokees are referred to as WJ models. The availability of lift kits for these Grand Cherokees is limited due to the suspension design and popularity compared to other Jeep models.
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee WK Lift Kits

    2005-10 Jeep Grand Cherokees are referred to as WK models. The Jeep WK uses independent front suspension, which makes the Jeep more difficult and expensive to lift, but provides a better ride.