Rough Country 4 Jeep X-Series Suspension Lift Kit with Vertex Reservoir Shocks - 67350 - R-C67350
07-18 Wrangler JK, 4-Door;Easy bolt-on installation;Increased ground clearance;Levels the front with the rear of the vehicle;Front adjustable track bar is made of forged solid steel for unsurpassed strength and durability;Coil correction plates correct the rear coil spring angle by 10 degrees;Front lifted coil springs;Upper adjustable control arms;Lower adjustable control arms;Sway-bar quick disconnects;Forged adjustable track bar;Stainless steel braided brake lines;Shock relocation brackets;Rear lifted coil springs;Upper adjustable control arms;Lower adjustable control arms;Coil correction plates;Track bar drop bracket;Extended sway-bar links;Stainless steel braided brake lines;Hardware;(4) Vertex series reservoir shocks; California Residents: WARNING Give your Jeep a total transformation with Rough Countrys 4in X-Series Suspension Lift. This all-inclusive kit comes with everything you need to give your vehicle aggressive good looks and improved off-road performance! This kit features a set of front and rear upper and lower adjustable control arms with a high-clearance design, allowing you to dial in the exact ride you desire! Each kit also comes with lifted coil springs and coil correction plates, providing lift height and impeccable vibration dampening on any terrain. For those who are serious about flexing, crawling, and pushing your Jeep to the limits, this kit features an upgraded Forged Adjustable Track Bar. Made of forged steel, this 16lb Track Bar boast a beefy construction that will dwarf stock equipment. Easy to install and fully adjustable on the vehicle. NOTES - IMPORTANT Does NOT fit 2-door models 2012-2018 models require exhaust modifications to clear the front driveshaft (#1030) On Automatic equipped vehicles, due to use of an oversize driveshaft from the factory and inadequate factory clearance it may be possible for the front driveshaft to come in contact with the automatic transmission pan tearing the factory boot and rubbing on the shaft. Generally this occurs during heavy articulation when front sway bar links are disconnected and longer shocks are installed. If this is found to occur, the proper procedure would be to replace the oversize factory shaft with an aftermarket smaller diameter shaft to increase clearance between the transmission and front driveshaft. Rough Country does offer this driveshaft if needed.