Jeep Wrangler 2002, Front and Rear Suspension Lift Kit with 3" Front and Rear Lift Height by TeraFlex®. This lift kit family is designed to optimize off-road capability without destroying your Jeep's road manners or ride quality. Raising the ride height very far requires modification to the shocks, suspension control arms, sway bars, steering and drivetrain. Adding a body lift can gain more ground clearance, and adding both a suspension and mild body lift minimizes the number of other mods needed for proper operation.
Notes: This Kit Will Allow You to Run up to a 33" Tire.
- Improves ground clearance and front and rear ramp angle
- Short shaft kit: The TeraLow 231ESS slip yoke eliminator kit is recommended to help eliminate driveshaft vibration
- 3" Lift Coil Springs
- Rear Sway Bar Links
- Rear Trackbar Bracket
- Bumpstops and All Necessary Hardware Including a Transfer Case Lowering Kit if Needed
Lifting your Jeep more than an inch or so can lead to a number of issues that, fortunately, are relatively simple to address. And those new parts to fix these issues can also be parts that are sturdier and more long-lasting than the stock parts you're replacing – and that's always a good thing. Off-roading, by its very nature is harder on your vehicle than grocery-getting or commuting, so upgrading is never a bad idea. Don't forget you'll need to add some provision for helping out things like the brake lines, shift linkage and to compensate for steeper driveshaft angularity.
TeraFlex® has been professionally involved with Jeeps since the 1950s and that experience taught them how to make them perform their best. TeraFlex was started in the fall of 1996 to meet the needs of the growing market for heavy duty off road equipment and suspension enhancements. And they've maintained a dominant hold on the market since then. TeraFlex was the first aftermarket manufacturer with a suspension system for the TJ Wrangler, and is still the only aftermarket company to offer a solution for the venerable 231 transfer cases low range gearing. In 2001, the entire off road industry was stunned at the CRD60 - an off-road-specific high-pinion 60 differential that took innovation to a new level, reinforcing their position in the industry.