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Mammoth 4 in. Lift Kit w/Shocks (03-06 Wrangler TJ)

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Features & Details

  • Increases Ground Clearance - 4" Lift
  • Accommodates Tires up to 35" in Size
  • Twin Tube Gas Pressurized Shocks
  • Linear - Standard Rate Coil Springs
  • Rear Track Bar Bracket Included
  • Direct Bolt-On Replacements
  • Lifetime Limited Warranty
  • Fits 2003-2006 TJ Wranglers
4" Suspension Lift. Raise your 2003-2006 TJ Wrangler's suspension for increased ground clearance with a Mammoth 4x4 Lift Kit. By lifting your TJ's suspension by a full 4 inches, with a Mammoth Lift Kit, you will be able to run much larger tires - up to 35 inches in size. Installing a set of oversized tires and a Mammoth 4x4 Lift Kit is the perfect way for TJ owners to conquer all types of treacherous terrains. This Mammoth Lift Kit not only performs excellently, but looks great while doing so.

Mammoth 4x4 Shocks. Manufactured using a gas pressurized twin-tube design, these non-adjustable Mammoth 4x4 Shocks have a larger diameter piston to provide better dampening and rebound, when compared to your original factory shocks. Mammoth 4x4 Shocks feature an outer steel housing that is completed in durable black coated finish for impressive good looks and to provide corrosion protection against the elements.

Mammoth 4x4 Coil Springs. The included linear (standard rate) Mammoth 4x4 coil springs are shot peen harden to increase tensile strength for a stronger longer lasting spring. Every Mammoth 4x4 spring is cycled, set and spring rate verified, so you get the expected ride height right out of the box with no settling.

Bolt-On Installation. Designed to be a direct bolt-on replacement for the factory suspension, the Mammoth 4x4 4-inch Lift Kit includes (4) Shocks and (4) Coil Springs, extended sway bar links and a rear track bar relocation bracket. Please note that minor drilling is required for installation.

Application. This Mammoth 4x4 4-inch Lift Kit is specifically designed to fit 2003-2006 TJ Jeep Wranglers. A full 4-wheel alignment should be completed after installation.

Fitment: 2003 2004 2005 2006 Details

What's in the Box
  • (2) Front coil springs 
  • (2) Rear coil springs 
  • (2) Front Shocks 
  • (2) Rear Shocks 
  • (1) Rear track bar relocation bracket 
  • (2) Extended rear sway bar links 
  • (2) Extended front sway bar links 
  • Brake line relocation kit
Installation Info
Tech Specs
Lift Kit Specifications
Year/Model: 2003-2006 TJ Manufacturer: Mammoth 4x4
Lift Type: Coil Spring Lift Height: 4"
Shocks Included: Yes Max Tire Size: 35


Spring Specifications
Spring Rate: Front: 156.8 lb/in
Rear: 195.44 lb/in
Progressive or Standard: Linear/Standard


Shock Specifications
Style: Twin Tube Adjustable: No
Will it fit my Wrangler?
  • TJ - 03, 04, 05, 06
  • TJ Rubicon - 03, 04, 05, 06
  • TJ Unlimited - 04, 05, 06

Most Helpful Reviews

4/5
Mammoth 4in lift

Ok first off I have a rust free 1997 wrangler with a 4cyl and 5spd. I was looking for a cheap way to get rid of the body lift and spring spacers so I bought this lift kit. First thing I noticed was the ...

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4/5
Moest

I really like the ride height clears the 315 bfgs great. Shocks are good for the price. The one thing that i didnt like was the cheesy t case braket for the shifter. I opted for a different shift braket ...

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Overall Rating 4.1 out of 5 stars
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Do I need to buy other parts with this to put on with the lift kit?

EmilioB

  • Thank you for your question! Yes, whenever you lift a TJ over 3 inches you will need to modify the transfer case and add a new rear driveshaft. To modify the transfer case you will need a slip yoke eliminator, then you will need to add a new rear driveshaft that is compatible with your lift height and the type of slip yoke eliminator kit you will be installing. Additionally you may also need an adjustable front track bar.

    XTHelenW

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So, I'm about done installing this lift kit. It is really simple, and the instructions are fantastic. One question: it comes with two puck-like pieces. To be clear, there is a close up picture of them in the last picture on the product page (the one with the front sway bar link brackets, the rear track bar bracket, and the transfer case linkage drop bracket). What are these for? Its always a little freaky when you have extra pieces.

speek

  • Thank you for your question! The 'puck' looking hardware would be the Skid Plate Spacer.

    MeridethXT

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This 4 in. lift says it will fit a max tire of 35'. This is a larger tire than what most 4 in. lifts can accommodate. There is also a review that comments on how well it can handle a 35' tire. I'm going to run 33' tires with whatever lift I choose, but I don't want them to look weirdly small for the lift. Here are my questions: (1) can you tell me what size tire is shown in the only customer pic posted for this product, and (2) will it look weird with a 33' tire? -Thanks.

speek

  • Unfortunately I can not see what size tires the customer's tires state, but they appear to be 33x12.5x15. They wheel well space appears to be larger in the photos since the customer has tube fenders. I think the Mammoth 4 in. Lift Kit w/Shocks would look awesome with 33's.

    XTJames

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Overall Rating 4.1

out of 5 stars

Installation Time:Full Day

  • Appearance 4.714286 4.7
  • Bang For Your Buck 4.571429 4.6
  • Onroad Ride Quality 4 4
  • Offroad Capability 4.142857 4.1



  • 4/5

    Installation Time: Full Day

    November 20, 2016

    Mammoth 4in lift

    Ok first off I have a rust free 1997 wrangler with a 4cyl and 5spd. I was looking for a cheap way to get rid of the body lift and spring spacers so I bought this lift kit. First thing I noticed was the packaging. Very well packaged. Second thing I noticed was that it came with 2 sets of instructions. And the instruction came with very nice COLOR photos. Very very nice!!! During the install the color photos were very helpful. We did the install at my brothers fabrication shop and all the employees were raving over the instructions with color photos. Very helpful. So we put it on the lift and got to work. I did the lift on my own because I can't afford hired help. The shop and all the tools are free to use at any time but the help cost money. So I'm not new to lift kits or turning wrenches so I wasn't completely dumbfounded. But I did the lift with the supplied instructions step by step. First the front and with the proper tools and a lift it's really simple. The new springs had to be compressed to install them but not much at all. The control arms are all the same so it doesn't matter where each one goes. The shocks are decent. Not sure the brand but they work. The sway bar links went on without a hitch. Have to drill a hole for the trac bar but it's super simple and there's color pics in the instructions. So with the front done it was time for the rear. The track bar relocation bracket is simple. Be sure to put the factory bolt in and snug it up before drilling or you will have to do some re drilling. Lol. The rear springs went in without having to be compressed. The control arms went in easy. New shocks then sway bar links. Last part was to lower the jeep to the ground and install the trac bar. Gonna need a hand with this one. Someone will have to push the jeep side to side while you get the bolt thru. Not hard but not something that can be done without help. Last step was the transfer case shifter bracket and the t case drop. The drop bracket for the shifter must be used with the new supplied bolts to avoid clearance issues. The t case drop spacers are heavy duty box tubing and look great but the holes did NOT line up. Thankfully I was at a fabrication shop. I used the band saw and cut the spacers into pieces. Once I cut them down it was simplicity. Had to adjust the shifter for 4x4 but that was simple. The jeep was put on the ground and WOW!!! I had 2 in spacers and 2 in body lift before and this kit towered above where it was. Mammoth claims to fit 35s on this kit and I know that can very much be done. It's so tall!! I took it to the alignment shop and off we go. The jeep has no vibrations and rides straight. It's a little more stuff than the rough country lift I had on my JK but these aren't progressive rate springs. I haven't had a chance to wheel it yet but I will soon enough. I took it down one road on the way home and tried to flex it out and it took everything that ditch would throw lol. Overall the kit is way worth the pennies spent. Just be ready to cut the spacers for the t case drop.

    Mrnobody

    Year: 1997Submodel: Wrangler

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  • 4/5

    Installation Time: Full Day

    March 14, 2017

    Moest

    I really like the ride height clears the 315 bfgs great. Shocks are good for the price. The one thing that i didnt like was the cheesy t case braket for the shifter. I opted for a different shift braket assy .overall it diid every thing i asked for low cost and smooth ride as well as the clearance i needed..

    WendelW

    Year: 2002Submodel: Wrangler

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  • 3/5

    Installation Time: Full Day

    February 13, 2017

    04 TJ

    Couldn't find many reviews on Mammoth so I thought I would give it a try. When I received the package, looked like it had fallen out of the delivery truck. When i opened it, the bolt package had come open and some of the bolts were loose and I later found out some were missing. They were in a zip lock kind of bag. Might be good to put some tape on them before you ship them out. Installation was a breeze with the detailed instructions with photos. After I finished, we took it to Windrock in Tennessee. By the time we finished the weekend, both rear shock were leaking and the rear was bouncing. Lost a top nut on one of the front shocks and it got caught in the tire. Can't say the shocks are the best quality.

    Jm

    Year: 2004Submodel: Wrangler

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  • 4/5

    Installation Time: Full Day

    January 23, 2017

    Overall a great lift kit.

    Purchased this kit for my 97 Wrangler, installed it in about 7 hours. Before I had to use an Airlift 1000 kit with 2.5" wheel spacers to accommodate my 33x12.5x15 tires with no problem with the turn radius. After installing the kit, I no longer can turn full radius left or right still using the wheel spacers. Keeps hitting the sway bars links that are supplied in the kit.

    Chris

    Year: 1997Submodel: Wrangler

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  • 4/5

    Installation Time: Weekend

    September 19, 2017

    Good kit for the price

    The kit comes with really nice instruction that are printed in color and on high gloss paper. It makes the installation really easy to understand. With that being said, the installation of these lifts inevitably creates some problem solving that needs to be done. If you are not generally familiar with the Wrangler suspension, I would have a shop put this in for you. For example, this is a basic kit so it does not come with adjustable control arms. So, if you need to adjust caster angles on your axle, you should have a plan for this before you start. Here is another example, if you have an 03 - 06 Wrangler with a front transmission skid plate, this plate will need to be removed or trimmed up in order to make room for the front drive shaft. If you try to install the lift with this plate on, you will bend your front drive shaft. Be careful to watch this if you attempt the install. There was one issue with the lift that I'm still trying to resolve with ET. The front sway bar links were manufactured incorrectly. The bushings were welded on 90 degrees in the wrong direction. As always, ET has been super helpful and responsive in working this issue out with Mammoth. It is a small issue, and I'm likely going to upgrade them to disconnects anyway, so whatever. I know this review comes across as negative, but the kit is really good for the price. I would buy it again without hesitation. If you are looking for something to tide you over before you do a long arm investment, this is a good one. When asked below about how long it takes to install, I'm on the fence. My initial response would be shop install, but I'm giving it a weekend install time. Most of these Wranglers have rust, and getting bolt out takes time, torque, chemicals, and heat. It is a struggle. This weekend rating is given if you are somewhat savvy with this process of doing a lift kit on a Wrangler, and you have a buddy to help.

    speek

    Year: 2003Submodel: Wrangler

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  • 5/5

    November 24, 2017

    Bscott

    Nice lift for the price shipped out on time arrived in a timely manner I would buy again

    Bob

    Year: 2001Submodel: Wrangler

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Full Day

    November 02, 2017

    great lift kit, great price

    You get a lot in the kit for the price. It was a easy Installation, did it a steps in my driveway over a weekend

    JimA

    Year: 2000Submodel: Wrangler

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