West Monroe, LA - Jeep revives the spirit of its classic Scrambler/CJ-8 with its extended-wheelbase Wrangler Unlimited (TJD). Superlift has raised Jeeps since 1975, and its new suspension systems for the Unlimited round out a comprehensive product line for the vehicle that wrote the book on four-wheel drive. Superlift's Unlimited systems use components from its existing TJ Wrangler kits with one exception: rear springs. To ensure proper performance and lift height without sagging, the longer / heavier Unlimited requires higher-rated hard-top / soft-top specific coils.
Superlift's Unlimited systems use components from its existing TJ Wrangler kits with one exception: rear springs. To ensure proper performance and lift height without sagging, the longer / heavier Unlimited requires higher-rated hard-top / soft-top specific coils.
The 1.75" kit consists of high-density-rubber coil spacers and longer-than-stock Superide shocks to retain factory ride while accommodating 32x11.50 tires. Additional parts include compression travel-stop extensions as well as eccentric cam bolts to correct rear driveshaft alignment.
Superlift's 4" system (shown with optional Rockrunner links) fits up to 33x12.50s. Kit components include pre-set coil springs, trac-bar and compression-stop extension brackets, longer swaybar links, four tubular "fixed" lower links to restore caster, a dropped pitman arm, eccentric cam bolts and transfer-case lowering spacers. A long-arm system is currently in development.
Options and upgrades include swiveling Rockrunner upper and lower links to maximize suspension articulation at all four corners, a transfer-case slip-yoke eliminator kit, swaybar quick-disconnects, front and rear adjustable trac bars, TruSpeed speedometer recalibrator and a steering stabilizer. Superide shocks come standard with all kits. Customers can upgrade to high-pressure monotube Select Series (SS) shocks by Bilstein or Select Series Remote (SSR) monotube remote-reservoir shocks. All of Superlift's components are backed by a limited lifetime warranty. Superlift also offers a complete line suspension systems and related products for Jeep from 1946-present.
A TJD system is shown here on Rock Fink (aka Rubirat), Superlift's Hemi-powered 2004 Wrangler Unlimited Rock Rod Project Vehicle. This Jeep won a DaimlerChrysler Design Excellence Award at the 2004 SEMA Show. In addition to the lift, the Unlimited features 35" Interco IROK tires on 18" KMC XD Enduro wheels as well as other enhancements from Poison Spyder Customs, American Expedition Vehicles, KC HiLites, Ramsey Winch, Stout Products and paint by Joey Hutson Artistry.
For more information, see your nearest authorized dealer or call 800/551-4955 to speak with one of our sales and tech support staff or contact Superlift Suspension Systems, 300 Huey Lenard Loop Rd., West Monroe, LA 71292, 800/551-4955 toll-free, 318/397-3040 fax, www.superlift.com.