Product Spotlight: Rancho Suspension Kits for 1997-2006 Jeep Wrangler TJ

Benson Kong
May 5, 2011
Not satisfied with the factory suspension on your 1997-2006 Jeep Wrangler? You're not alone. Rancho is offering three new suspension kits for the TJ, each designed to fit a variety of needs.
The first kit jacks the Wrangler up 3.5 inches and furnishes control arms with a 2-inch outer diameter and 3/16-inch inner diameter. A patented bushing system helps support the new suspension, which also includes an adjustable front Panhard rod, a forged Pitman arm for steering, a rear Panhard rod relocation bracket, and new springs. The front anti-roll bar can be disconnected for greater levels of wheel travel, and extra brackets and drop-down spacers relocate the transfer case so the factory driveshaft assembly can be used. After raising, the TJ should clear tires up to 35 inches.
The remaining two suspension kits are a little more sport-oriented, and raise the Wrangler either 2.5 or 3.5 inches. Components include a rear Panhard rod relocation bracket, new lower links, springs, and the driveline relocation package.
Pricing for the kits run between $699.99 - $1049.99.

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Fair Market Price $22,563
MSRP $22,995
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Mileage 17 City / 21 Highway
Engine 3.6L V6
Horse Power 285 hp @ 6,400 rpm
Torque 260 ft lb of torque @ 4,800 rpm
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Rancho Suspension
Monroe, MI 48161
734-384-7804
www.gorancho.com

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