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GCSahara 04-08-2013 09:51 AM

COST of Raising Suspension
 
Wrangler Sahara unltd 11...what is the ballpark cost to raise the suspension? Is the cost tied to how much it's raised?

XTRyan 04-08-2013 11:20 AM

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Originally Posted by GCSahara (Post 15265224)
Wrangler Sahara unltd 11...what is the ballpark cost to raise the suspension? Is the cost tied to how much it's raised?

GCSahara,

Cost all depends on what type of lift you want and how high you want to go. We can help you with a simple 2" Budge Boost Lift, which will get you around 2" and can cost anywhere from $250 to $400 with our free shipping. With a BB (Budget Boost), you'll get room to run larger tires... but that's about it. There won't be any real performance upgrades to be had from this type of lift.

Then we also carry Coil Spring Lift Kits. They change out the coil springs along with other components, such as shocks, track bars, control arms, etc. Those kits will run you anywhere from $1000+, depending on the kit and the amount of lift that you want.

Coil lift kits will give you lift along with better suspension performance. You'll notice more flex off road and sometimes a better ride on the road.

Let me know if you have any other questions! I'll be happy to help you out. We've sold and installed quite a few of both options on our own fleet of Jeeps and employee rigs. Feel free to give us a call or shoot me a PM if you need anything at all!

-Zach


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