There are two basic types of lifts—suspension and body lifts. Both are designed to increase the distance between the ground and the rolling chassis, which gives TJ owners the option of putting in bigger, taller tires. But where one is more for cosmetics, the other greatly improves both performance as well as appearance. Because they are much cheaper and do not change the angle of the suspension, body lifts are popular with drivers who engage in less aggressive off-roading activities. Yes, they can put in larger tires, but because the suspension is not raised, ground clearance does not increase. A suspension lift kit, on the other hand, improves ground clearance. This makes it easier to avoid natural obstacles on unpaved terrain. A more in-depth explanation on Jeep Wrangler Lift Kits can be found here
. ExtremeTerrain offers an impressive selection of lift kits and complementary Jeep suspension parts
that were designed to better perform during all kinds of off-roading.
- 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Jeep Wrangler TJ
- Sahara, Sport, Rocky Mountain, Rubicon, Unlimited Wranglers
*Please see product pages for any exceptions.