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Superlift's 3.5" YJ Suspension Lift Kit - Retail $679.99

Superlift's 3.5" YJ Suspension Lift Kit

Superlift's YJ lift kit includes new Superide springs, and it also includes components to relocate front and rear track bars, brake hoses, and suspension compression travel bump-stops. Additional components include a U-bolt kit, longer front sway bar links, transfer case drop brackets to relieve rear driveshaft angle and front/rear Superide shocks. You will not find a more tailored and complete system for your YJ.

Popular options include our steering stabilizer kit, replacement Poly bushings for the leaf spring frame/shackle eyes, and sway bar quick disconnects for those desiring maximum articulation.

Quick Features
  • •Superide replacement springs offer the best balance of stability, flexibility and ride quality
  • •Durable Poly spring eye bushings
  • •Transfer case lowering kit, combined with rear spring degree shims, corrects rear driveshaft angle
  • •Longer front anti-sway bar links prevent bar pre-load
  • •Compression travel-stop extensions for front and rear prevent over compression
  • •New front and rear U-bolt kits
  • •Relocation brackets for the front and rear track bars prevent steering wheel kick and align the body and axle
  • •Dropped pitman arm reduces drag link angle
  • •Brake hose relocation brackets ensure adequate hose length
  • •Superide shocks included
  • • Lifetime Warranty
  • •Satisfaction Guarantee



For more information or to order this lift kit visit www.superlift.com or click here to go to the YJ offerings.

RETAIL $679.99





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There are still a lot of YJs on the streets here in the Midwest. They didn't rust the way the CJs did. Seldom see them on the streets any more.

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