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Rough Country 6 in. X-Series Long Arm Suspension w/ Shocks (07-11 Wrangler JK 4 Door)

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$2,099.95 (kit)

+ $100.00 Handling Fee with FREE Shipping
  • Item J25002
  • MPN# 78922

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Features & Details

  • Accommodates 38"+ Tires
  • Suspension Lift
  • 6 Inch Lift
  • Flex Joint Control Arms
  • Performance 2.2 Series Shocks (4)
  • Fits 2007 - 2011 Wrangler JK 4 Doors
Please note: All Rough Country products are subject to a handling fee

Lift Specs. If your ready to hit the trails hard without mercy this is the kit you want. This system provides 6 inches of lift for all the ground clearance you could ask for and then some. This lift lets you easily rock a set of 37 inch tires with room to flex. This kit is made for those extreme trails, doesnt sweat the small stuff, and with no sacrifice to on road capabilties.

Lift Construction. It doesnt get much more complete than this kit. The only thing you would need is a repalcement rear driveshaft to maintain the correct pinion angle. You wouldn't want that to slip out on the trail! The adjustable control arms are 2 inches in diameter with flex joints for excellent articulation. The dual Y-link setup gives your axles the room the move so you can navigate the trails with confidence. The skid plate is 1/4 inch thick steel to keep your rig's underside protected. Rough Country's 2.2 series performance shocks are designed with Wrangler owners in mind. Rough Country takes into account for drivers utilizing oversized tires and wheels, so they make their shocks that much tougher.

Application. This system is specifically designed for 2007 - 2011 Jeep Wrangler JK Unlimited (4 door) models.

Technical Notes:

  • Upon completing the install of this kit the draglink must be adjusted to center the steering wheel BEFORE the vehicle is driven. Failure to do so will cause a computer error, odd handling, and poor performance.
  • Driveshafts are available from Rough Country. The stock driveshafts do not have enough range of motion, thus the shaft joints bottom out and damage will occur. It is highly recommended that the stock shafts not be used and new yoke style shafts are installed.
  • 2012 and newer JK will need exhaust modifications. An aftermarket 180 degree exhaust pipe is required. be required for adequate clearance on the front driveshaft.
  • Freight Notes. Freight items can only be shipped within the continental 48 states, no expedited methods.

    Fitment: 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Details

    Installation Info
    Tech Specs
    Will it fit my Wrangler?
    • JK Unlimited - 07, 08, 09, 10, 11

    Most Helpful Reviews

    5/5
    LOVE

    I had been dreaming of lifting my jeep since the day I got it (right when 2011's) came out. And this surpassed all of my expectations! She sits and handles like a charm. I would never put anything but ...

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    4/5
    Great Upgrade

    Install takes some skill, Cutting away old mount brackets. But overall install was pretty straight forward. After 2 trips on some pretty tough trails, the lift handles great. Only downside is the arms ...

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    Overall Rating 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Buying this kit for a 2012 4dr unlimited sport.... what is the recommended driveshaft (s) for this n do both need to be replaced? Also how do u calibrated speedometer for the new 35 inch tires?

    ToddN

    • Thank you for your question! Any drive shaft (Front and Back) that is extended would work if it is compatible with a 6" lift. I listed two options below, but keep in mind it is specific to manual and automatic transmissions. As for re-calibrating the speedo for the tire size we offer re-programmers and tuners that would adjust the ECU for re-calibration. I have listed an option for a re-programmer below as well. Extended Front Driveshaft: https://www.extremeterrain.com/rugged-ridge-driveshaft-cv-jk-1659222.html Manual Transmission Extended Rear Driveshaft: https://www.extremeterrain.com/rugged-ridge-driveshaft-rear-jk-165922.html Superchips Flashcal F5: https://www.extremeterrain.com/superchips-flashcal-f5-1216-3571.html

      MeridethXT

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    What kind of rod end do you use on your kits? Are they rubber or poly bushings? Are they serviceable?

    JeffH

    • The Rough Country 6 in. X-Series Long Arm Suspension uses rebuildable spherical bushings. More info can be found on the flex joint/bushing here: http://www.roughcountry.com/flex-joint-rebuild-kit-rcj101-1.html

      Rob D

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    We bought the 6in lift 2016 Jeep wrangler Do we have to change out the drive shaft.

    LisaW

    • Yes, you will want new front and rear driveshafts with a 6 inch lift.

      XTHelenW

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    Customer Reviews (2) Write a Review

    Overall Rating 4.5

    out of 5 stars

    Installation Time:Full Day

    • Appearance 5 5
    • Bang For Your Buck 5 5
    • Onroad Ride Quality 5 5
    • Offroad Capability 5 5



    • 5/5

      April 29, 2016

      LOVE

      I had been dreaming of lifting my jeep since the day I got it (right when 2011's) came out. And this surpassed all of my expectations! She sits and handles like a charm. I would never put anything but rough country on one of my jeeps again!

      AL

      Year: 2011Submodel: Wrangler Unlimited

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    • 4/5

      Installation Time: Full Day

      July 18, 2017

      Great Upgrade

      Install takes some skill, Cutting away old mount brackets. But overall install was pretty straight forward. After 2 trips on some pretty tough trails, the lift handles great. Only downside is the arms are so long there was some rock contact that slightly bent one of the rear arms. It hasn't been a problem so far.

      MichaelP

      Year: 2009Submodel: Wrangler

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