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Rough Country 4 in. Suspension Lift Kit w/ Shocks (07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK 4 Door)

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    Features, Video & Details

    • Accommodates Up to 35 inch Tires
    • 4 inch Suspension Lift Kit
    • Contains Rear Coil Correction Plates
    • Rough Country Performance 2.2 Series Shocks
    • Uses OEM Control Arms
    • Fits 2007-2018 Wranglers JK 4-Door Models

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    I'm Ryan from ExtremeTerrain.com, and this is my review of the Rough Country four-inch lift kit with shocks, fitting all 2007 to 2016 JKs. There is a kit available for a two-door and for a four-door Wrangler, so make sure you get the right one for your Jeep. This lift kit is an inexpensive way to get 4 inches of lift and up to a 37-inch tire under your Jeep. It includes the minimum number of components that you'll need to get the Jeep back on the road again at a minimum price. And the components that are included are fairly high quality. Unfortunately, there are some components included in this kit that I would not recommend installing on your Jeep. If you do want to run a 37-inch tire, you will have to do some other modifications to the Jeep in order to make it stand up to a big, heavy wheel-tire combination like that. It's not as easy as just installing this lift kit, putting on big wheels and tires, and hitting the trail. But if you're looking for an inexpensive starter kit, this is a nice option. Like I said, this lift kit is pretty complete, especially for a kit of this price. It includes, of course, four new coil springs that will provide that four inches of lift. These springs are not only taller, but also a little bit stiffer than the factory springs so as to hold up to additional weight from armor, or winches, and big, heavy spare tires without sagging like the factory springs might. Something else I like about this Rough Country kit as opposed to some other ones is that the full four inches of lift come from the springs. In some other Rough Country lift kits, they give you a spring that'll provide part of the lift and then a coil spring spacer to pile on top of that. I prefer having the full amount of lift coming from the springs, like in this kit. This kit also includes four new longer shocks that are going to accommodate your new taller ride height. These are Rough Country's Performance 2.2 shocks, which are a little bit of an upgrade over their 2.0 shocks. Even though these shocks are a little bit of an upgrade, they're still a hydraulic shock as opposed to a nitrogen shock. A nitrogen-charged shock is a little bit of an upgrade over a hydraulic because the nitrogen charge will help to keep the liquid inside the shock from foaming and cavitating which can cause shock fade when the shock has worked really hard. However, the nitrogen-charged shocks can ride a little bit stiffer. So with this kit, with the hydraulic shocks that you get, you are going to get a little bit more of a softer, more comfortable ride. However you're not going to have that protection against foaming and cavitation if you work the shock really hard. For what most of us use our Jeeps for, off-roading on trails and driving fairly slowly, you're usually not going to work a shock that hard and have that shock fade. However, if you're somebody who rides out in the sand dunes and is going over high-speed washboards, you might want to look into a nitrogen shock. Aside from the new coil springs and shocks, this kit includes all of the brackets and hardware that you need to get it installed on a Jeep. Over here, you have a rear track bar relocation bracket that will allow you to use your factory rear track bar with your new lifted ride height. Now, this bracket will get you back on the road and moving again. However, it's not as beefy as some of the other ones we've seen. So there's a chance you might get a little bit of sway out of the rear of the Jeep with this. However, that's one way that Rough Country is able to keep the cost of this lift kit down. Rough Country also includes one set of new longer rear sway bar end links which will allow you to then move the factory rear links up to the front of the Jeep. Now, that's pretty common practice with lift kits of all different sizes. However, it's also another way that Rough Country keeps the cost of this lift kit down a little bit because they only have to include one set of end links. And unlike some of the more expensive kits on the market, this doesn't include front sway bar disconnects. Again, if you're looking for a starter kit that's not a problem and it's always something you can upgrade down the line. Next, the kit includes new brake line relocation brackets for both the front and the rear of the Jeep. Now, this is the simplest style of bracket you can get. And in the rear of the Jeep, there's nothing wrong with it. I'm completely okay running this style bracket. However, in the front of the Jeep, this style of bracket requires you to straighten out the factory hard brake lines a little bit which is something I'd rather not do. In my opinion, especially if I'm installing this much lift, I would rather spend a few extra dollars and get new, longer front brake lines for the Jeep, even though it requires a little bit more work during installation because you have to bleed out the brake system. Rough Country also includes a set of cam bolts for the front of the Jeep. Anytime you lift your suspension, you end up rolling the axle which changes both the pinion and the castor angle. These cam bolts are designed to get those two angles back closer to spec. A bad pinion angle can cause driveline vibrations and premature driveshaft wear, and a bad caster angle can give you a flighty feel on the highway because the steering doesn't want to re-center itself. Cam bolts are a really inexpensive way to adjust those angles. Some other options are geometry correction brackets, or new longer, lower control arms. A part that's included in this lift kit that isn't included in a lot of others that I really like are these rear coil spring shims. Anytime you're lifting your Jeep, especially to this height, you can end up with a bowed rear coil spring. Aside from looking a little funky, you can end up with the front of the coil spring binding where the coils will touch each other which can cause damage to the springs. These shims will help to straighten out your coil springs, which will ensure that you get a full amount of lift out of the spring. The last two components that are included in this kit are designed to work together. And in fact, if you install one, you have to install the other. Those are this drop pitman arm and front track bar relocation bracket. If you're going to change the mounting location of one end of your drag link by installing the drop pitman arm, you'll also have to change the mounting location of one end of your track bar by installing this track bar relocation bracket. By doing that, you'll keep those two bars in parallel which will eliminate any bump steer that you would otherwise have while going down the road. Now, unfortunately, adding this drop pitman arm into the steering system can provide some additional leverage and you can get some additional feedback up through the steering wheel. So in my opinion, I'd rather not run these components and instead install an adjustable front track bar. Because this is such a tall lift, there are a lot of components to install. However, the installation isn't any more difficult than any other and they all go pretty much the same way. The first step is to jack up the Jeep and support it by the frame so that you can then remove or loosen all the components that keep the axles from completely drooping. I always like to start with the upper front shock bolts because of all of the bolts you have to remove or loosen to do a lift kit, those are the ones that always fight me the hardest. I will always try to spray them with a good penetrating oil, even a few days before we get started if I can. Because there isn't a lot of room up there, so if the bolt is being stubborn it's tough to get heat on it or to get a cut-off wheel up there. Honestly, if it's really rusty, we usually just end up using a lot of leverage and breaking those bolts off. Which isn't a problem with a lift kit like this because we have a new set of shocks going in. Once you get those shock bolts out, you can then remove your sway bar end links, track bars, brake line brackets from the frame, emergency brake lines, and breathers for both the front and rear differential. After that, you just lower the axle down and the old springs will fall right out. Again, because this is such a tall lift, you're going to have to get a lot of droop out of the axle in order to get the new springs in place without the need for a spring compressor. I always like to try to avoid using a spring compressor whenever possible, because they can be a little bit tough in a small area, like in the wheel well of the Jeep, and to be honest they've always made me a little bit nervous. But if you get the frame of the Jeep high enough, you'll be able to get enough droop out of the suspension to install the springs nice and easy. Don't forget to install the rear coil spring shims in the back or you're going to have to take everything apart to get those in place. Once the springs are installed, you can install your new shocks, move the factory rear sway bar end links from the back of the Jeep up to the front, and install the included longer links in the back of the Jeep. From there, it's just a matter of installing your brake line extension brackets, and then you come to your track bars. This kit does include new track bar brackets for both the front and the rear of the Jeep. The one in the front is a little bit more of an involved installation because it does require drilling one hole. However the rear one is completely bolt-in. Ours did fight us a little bit, and we had to use a pry bar to get it lined up, but no drilling was necessary. Once the new brackets are in place, you can attach your track bars. We always wait until the end to do that because I find it's a lot easier to get the track bars lined up in the new brackets when the Jeep is under its own weight. We'll finish everything else, get the tires on the Jeep, and get it sitting on its own weight. Then to line up the front track bar is really easy. You get somebody sitting in the Jeep to turn the steering wheel back and forth, and it'll move the track bar along the axle. That again will make it really easy to get that bolt in place. Out back having the Jeep under its own weight just gives you a lot more leverage to rock the Jeep back and forth, again, helping you to line up that bolt. As I mentioned before, if you decide to run that front track bar relocation bracket, you will also have to run the drop pitman arm and vice versa. They work hand in hand, and if you only install one you'll have a lot of steering geometry issues. To get the pitman arm installed is a pretty simple process as long as you have a pitman arm puller. It's a fairly inexpensive tool, and it's really the right way to do this. There isn't a lot of room up there, so if you try hitting it with a hammer you're not going to have a lot of success. But if you have a puller, the old pitman arm will pop off and you can install the new one onto the steering box and the drag link pretty easily using the factory hardware. Getting the cam bolts installed on the front of the Jeep can take a little bit of time. But if you have a Sawzall with a really narrow blade, it'll go pretty easily. One part that's included in this kit because it is such a tall lift that I haven't seen included in a lot of others are a couple of spacers for the factory-installed transmission skid plate. Now, not every Jeep has that skid plate, but if you do you'll want to install these spacers because they'll give you some additional clearance between the rear driveshaft and the skid plate. The whole installation should take about six hours, but that will vary depending on what tools you have on-hand, if you have access to a lift, and how many buddies you have helping you. You won't really need any specialty tools aside from the pitman arm puller, which is something I'd recommend having on hand before you get started. Other than that, you'll need a drill and some drill bits, a good socket set, and open-ended wrenches. If you have access to an air tool and a lift, it's definitely going to speed the process up. Now, this kit isn't going to have all the bells and whistles of some of the more expensive lift kits on the market. As I said before, it could use a beefier rear track bar bracket. It includes those front brake line relocation brackets that make you straighten out the factory brake lines. It has a front track bar bracket and drop pitman arm, which aren't my favorite components to add to a Jeep. And it uses cam bolts to correct pinion and castor up front instead of control arms. However, all of those are ways that Rough Country is able to keep the cost of this lift kit down, and they provide a lot of opportunity for you to upgrade the kit as you see fit once you start using it. So overall, I think that this is a fair price for all the components that you get. Anyway you cut it, four inches is a lot of lift especially for a two-door JK. But if that's what you're looking for because you like the look, or you're going to run a big set of wheels and tires, I think this is a pretty good way to get started. It's a kit that comes in at a lower price range so it gives you room to upgrade and customize down the line as you see fit, and overall it's pretty complete. So that's my review of the Rough Country four-inch lift kit with shocks, fitting all 2007 to 2016 JKs that you can find right here at ExtremeTerrain.com.

    Lift Specs. Rough Country's 4 inch lift kit gets you anywhere you want with unique suspension designed for your Wrangler Unlimited. This complete bolt on lift kit allows for massive 35 inch by 12.5 inch tires with 4.5 inch backspacing. Installation requires no cutting or drilling which reduces installation time to about 3-5 hours. Rough Country provides the customer with a lifetime replacement warranty.

    Lift Construction. Made specifically for the Unlimited, this kit is tailored to 4 door model's weight and size. The kit uses coil springs and 2.2 series shocks to add lift. This package is also made for use with the OEM control arms however aftermarket arms may be used. Parts included are brake line brackets and relocation, cam bolts, rear sway bar links, and a pitman arm. The product also includes a rear coil correction plate which adjusts the rear coil angle by 10 degrees, amplifying the performance.

    Application. The Rough Country 4 in. Suspension Lift Kit is designed to be used on 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK Models.

    Please Note. 2012-2018 JK's require a small exhaust spacer modification to clear front drive shaft. Automatic JK owner's should be beware that during heavy articulation, the front drive shaft may come in contact with the transmission pan. The fix for this is a Rough Country or aftermarket, smaller diameter front drive shaft to increase clearance between the pan and drive shaft.

    Freight Notes. Freight items can only be shipped within the continental 48 states, no expedited methods.

    Fitment: 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Details

    CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

    What's in the Box
    • Front & Rear Coil Springs
    • 2.2 Series Shocks
    • Track Bar Brackets
    • Rear Sway Bar Links
    • Brake Line Bracket
    • Pitman Arm
    • Rear Coil Correction Plates
    • Hardware
    Installation Info
    Tech Specs
    Lift Kit Specifications
    Year/Model: 2007-2018 JK Manufacturer: Rough Country
    Lift Type: Coil Spring Lift Height: 4"
    Shocks Included: Yes Max Tire Size: 37
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    5 Top Rated Questions

    With this Lift will I need both the Diver shafts and the x-flex adjustable control arms or will the divershafts be enough I just don't want to start putting the lift in and then fine out I am going to needs more parts I have already bought the exhaust spacers what else will this lift need for a 2014 4 door auto JKU

    • After 3.5 inches of lift on a 4 door wrangler we recommend adjustable control arms and extended driveshafts for optimal performance.

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    I was watching the video he mentioned that if you use 37in tires on the Jeep you would have to do some modifications, what would the modifications be?

    • The process for running 37s with this lift kit depends on the model wrangler you have. This can include upgrading the front axles, adjustable control arms to name a few. I recommend reaching out to a wrangler expert for everything you will need to run 37s on your Jeep.

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    i have a 2012 4 door sahara with 4wd, does this kit fit my car and does it include everything that i would need/ want to maintain the comfortable ride and for installation

    • This will come with everything you need to install this in your jeep. However, any time doing a big lift like this your ride quality will do down.

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    will this fit a 2007 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara 2wd?

    • The Rough Country 4 in. Suspension Lift w/ Shocks will fit all 2007-2018 Wrangler JK 4-door models.

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    Have a o8 2wd Wrangler. Does this package come with everything that is needed

    • The Rough Country 4 in. Suspension Lift Kit w/ Shocks will come with everything you need to install but the exhaust spacer which can be found below. https://www.extremeterrain.com/rugged-ridge-exhaust-kit-w-jk-1760676.html

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    10 More Questions
    What is the difference between this lift and the 3.5" lift (currently they are the same price), does one come with components that the other does not? It seems as though they are the same just the 0.5" lift height difference. 1 answer
    I have a 4-door 2007 wrangler jk unlimited, but it's 2 wheel drive. Does that matter? Will this kit still fit my jeep? 1 answer
    i have 2014 4 door wrangler, do i need to use steering stabilizer? the instructions only talk about 2007-10 and 2011 models 1 answer
    When buying a budget lift-kit like this one, is it almost guaranteed to have drivetrain vibration/death wobble due to not upgrading the control arms and having a beefier track bar? Or can you really get by with highway drivability? I plan to only off-road mild trails one-two weekends per month, so normal daily driving is most important to me. 1 answer
    Question regarding this kit vs. one's with the sway bar disconnects. I have zero knowledge currently of how the Rubicon's electronic sway bar disconnect works. Since it has it's own electronic sway bar disconnect, do I need to buy a kit that has those disconnects by manual means or would this kit still work with the factory electronic sway bar disconnect without any further modifications? 1 answer
    Is it possible to go up to 37' tires? what modifications would need to be done? 2011 jeep wrangler sport 1 answer
    Can you install this lift kit with out a mechanical lift by using a jack and stands? 1 answer
    Does this kit level out the jeep or does it require a leveling kit also 1 answer
    I've heard it's recommended to purchase control arm correction brackets when installing 4" of lift. Should I buy some, or is it okay without it? 1 answer
    Factory rims Will i be able to use my factory 18" wheels with this lift installed? 1 answer

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    Overall Rating 4.4

    out of 5 stars

    Installation Time:Full Day

    Installation Cost:$250-$500

    • Appearance 4.819672 4.8
    • Bang For Your Buck 4.655738 4.7
    • Onroad Ride Quality 4.245902 4.2
    • Offroad Capability 4.466667 4.5



    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      November 13, 2018

      Jeep lift

      It makes my jeep look amazing! Added the lift with 20 inch fuels and 35 inch tires.

      AshleyB

      Year: 2017Submodel: Wrangler

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Shop Install

      Installation Cost: $100-$250

      October 18, 2018

      Rough Country 4in lift w/ shocks

      Great price and love how high my Jeep looks! Would recommend.

      ElanieG

      Year: 2015Submodel: Wrangler

      Helpful (1)

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Weekend

      October 01, 2018

      Driveway

      Look good just so far installed 9/30/2018 keeping and eye on the installation making everything is right after driving

      TonyC

      Year: 2015Submodel: Wrangler

      Helpful (1)

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Weekend

      August 23, 2018

      Amazing look and ride

      I would purchase this kit again. It took much longer to install than suggested, but this was the first lift I ever installed. I have received many compliments and it made the jeep look tough!

      JeffB

      Year: 2008Submodel: Wrangler

      Helpful (2)

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Weekend

      August 23, 2018

      Mean looking Jeep

      This lift for the price is awesome it took about 14 hours to install all together that’s doing it on the side of the road with jack stands with just 2 of us doing it and neither of us installing a lift before there were minor set backs like having to cut one of my stock shocks off with a grinder other than that most everything else went fairly smooth my Jeep is a daily driver that I like to do light off-roading with on the weekend I get a lot of compliments of how awesome it looks with the lift and 35” tires on mammoth rims I also got adjustable front and rear track bars when I added the lift which I would suggest getting to replace the stock track bars

      Crankinstein

      Year: 2011Submodel: Wrangler

      Helpful (3)

    • 4/5

      June 21, 2018

      Good bang for the buck

      Fast shipping and awesome customer service. Lift is great, Jeep rides well on and off road. Overall happy with the purchase.

      ErikR

      Year: 2008Submodel: Wrangler

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    • 2/5

      Installation Time: Full Day

      June 06, 2018

      Springs too weak

      This lift does the job, but I question the shock/spring set up for off-roading. Lift has quite a floaty feel and there’s too much travel in the shock/spring setup and can take several “bounces” to settle out a moderate bump. Just upgraded to 35s and the rear can bottom out. I’ve lifted vehicles up to a 6” lift and have never experienced this before. Two independent build shops state it’s the shock/spring set up and recommend a change. One questioned whether the shocks were correct for the set up and after reading about someone receiving the wrong shocks, I wonder if that’s my problem.

      TedStickles

      Year: 2012Submodel: Wrangler

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Full Day

      April 18, 2018

      Love it!

      Best customer service reps! My kit came with the wrong shocks and they got me a new set overnight!

      Tiffany

      Year: 2014Submodel: Wrangler

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      April 17, 2018

      Rough Contry 4

      Real nice basic kit to get your jeep up 4 inch. Looks good and rides nice

      GlenZ

      Year: 2012Submodel: Wrangler

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      April 04, 2018

      Rough country 4inch lift

      Easy to install looks grate rides a lot better than stock just got to get bigger tires now to make it really look good

      TroyM

      Year: 2015Submodel: Wrangler

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Shop Install

      October 15, 2017

      Awesome Deal

      Very comprehensive kit for a low cost lift. A great base to build off of!

      KrisL

      Year: 2014Submodel: Wrangler

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    • 3/5

      September 10, 2017

      Had to send back

      Sent it back to get a 3.5 inch lift kit because when you go 4 or above then you gottta start messing with the driveline.

      AlexanderL

      Year: 2012Submodel: Wrangler

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Weekend

      September 04, 2017

      Rough Country 4" Lift

      An upgrade for my old Skyjacker Lift replaced by Rough Country, much better smooth and easy ride❤️

      FebF

      Year: 2007Submodel: Wrangler

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    • 4/5

      Installation Time: Weekend

      August 30, 2017

      Nice

      Took forever and a lot of difficulties when trying to install but looks nice and rides awesome

      JonathanB

      Year: 2010Submodel: Wrangler

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Shop Install

      Installation Cost: $250-$500

      August 29, 2017

      Work great

      The parts changed the look the my truck looks more solid and as I wanted it to look, I recommend this

      RogerC

      Year: 2017Submodel: Wrangler

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Weekend

      August 28, 2017

      16 jeep Wangler

      Instructions were clear, The front of the car takes more time than the back and the shocks were hard to install as well as the coil spring but worth the purchase.

      MarioO

      Year: 2016Submodel: Wrangler

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    • 1/5

      August 14, 2017

      Cheap cheap lift

      Install was very easy, but quality is really bad. Front springs are already sagging, shocks are crazy cheap. I normally never write a review, but this time if it helps someone else save a little money. I hope this helps.

      badchoices

      Year: 2007Submodel: Rubicon

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Shop Install

      Installation Cost: $500-$1000

      July 03, 2017

      Great 4" Lift

      Had the lift kit professionally installed and only had to go back for a realignment. Otherwise the kit is great and looks phenomenal. I did have to tighten some of the bolts holding the rear shocks in place but that is expected. This kit is a great value for the price. The ride is smooth and the shocks and springs are tight.

      MatthewP

      Year: 2014Submodel: Wrangler

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    • 4/5

      Installation Time: Weekend

      June 12, 2017

      Not bad, not great.

      Overall I am pleased with this lift kit, I was roped in by rough country's low price and thought that I wouldn't have any issues with a less inclusive lift. I installed it on a 2008 JKU with 165,000 miles and it proved quite difficult. Extreme terrain delivered the kit in a very timely manner with no parts missing. The front brake line drops did not work and I had to reroute the lines in the front. I ended up buying an adjustable front track bar because even with the supplied track bar mount, my track bar was barely long enough and I could feel it flexing under the tension. Even after torquing the track bar mount to the axle the stock trackbar would manage to wiggle it loose. The new adjustable track bar from rough Country allowed me to remove the trackbar mount and I haven't had any issues since.

      NathanielP

      Year: 2008Submodel: Wrangler

      Helpful (3)

    • 5/5

      June 07, 2017

      Happy girl

      Super easy to install. Took me 6 hours. Instructions are very vague and have some wrong sizes listed but overall great.

      NancyR

      Year: 2016Submodel: Wrangler

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