Choosing the correct lift for your vehicle can be very stressful. It’s a big decision!
If you do not instantly know the answer to this question, you need to find that answer out first!
Check out our blog post on how to find the right type of jeeping for you, to help answer that question.
Rock crawler, overlander, weekend adventurer – all have different needs in lifts.
Generally there are three main types of aftermarket lifts:
Each kit has it’s advantages and disadvantages.
In addition to selecting a style of lift, you must also consider the size of the lift.
Discounting the spacers and leveling kits (under 2” of lift) on the JKs and JLs, you are looking at a lift of 2.5” to 4.5”.
Lift size is really more dependent upon the desired tire size than anything else.
Desired tire size is dependent on the type of wheeling you want to do AND the size of your axles. Don’t put 37s on a Dana 33 – you will break it. But you can run 35s if you are smart.
Lift type, tire size, axle size… it can be a lot to digest so let’s keep it simple.
For 95% of the people who buy a Jeep and want to wheel local trails and still have a vehicle that drives OK on-road, a quality Short Arm or Drop Link kit on 34s or 35s will be a great setup.
For more info, check out our upcoming blogs.