Brand New 1987-2001 Jeep Cherokee 4x4
- 3.5" Suspension Lift Kit w/rear leaf springs
Needing some additional tire clearance for your Jeep Cherokee or just that aggressive lifted look? Installing this 3.5" suspension lift kit will give enough clearance to mount up to 31 inch tires. The included EZ-Ride coil springs are built for the dual purpose of comfort and off road performance. Unlike many low end Jeep Cherokee lift kits, alignment issues are not a problem. The included extended controls arms are designed slightly longer than factory arms and the included track bar drop bracket will keep the front end in the proper geometry. Vibrations are kept in check with the simple to install kit to drop the transfer case cross member. The rear end of the Jeep Cherokee is lifted by inserting cast iron lift blocks between the axle and rear leaf springs. The factory ubolts are then replaced with new extended ubolts to finish the job.
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- New replacement rear leaf springs
- New lower control arms with poly bushings
- Track bar relocating bracket
- Great on & off-road performance
- Transfer case drop kit included
- Allows use of 31" x 10.5" tires
- Recommended Tire Size: 31" x 10.5"
- Amount of Lift: 3.5" Front / 3" Rear
- Weight: 100 lbs.
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Fits the Following Years:
1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001
- 2 - Coil Springs
- 2 - Lower Control Arms
- 1 - Track Bar Bracket
- 1 - Transfer Cases Drop Kit
- 1 - Brake line Relocating Kit
- 4 - U-bolts
- 2 - Rear leaf springs
- 1 - Hardware Bag
These kits will raise your vehicle anywhere
between 2 to 6 inches depending on
the make and model of your vehicle.
Why Should I Lift my Truck or SUV?
Many people lift their vehicles to fit larger tires to gain additional ground clearance for off-roading purposes. Some are looking for additional ride and handling performance associated with some suspension lift kits like the popular Dodge Ram long arm lift kits. You may have an older truck or suv with aging suspension components like leaf springs, coil springs, etc and would like to gain some additional height when replacement those parts. Others install suspension lifts simply because they like the look of a lifted truck.
How difficult is it to install a suspension lift kit?
This mostly depends on the make and model of your vehicle. Generally early model vehicles (early 1970s thru late 1980s) equipped with front leaf springs or coils springs are fairly straightforward to lift and usually involve replacing the old springs with newer springs with a larger arch. Later model trucks and suvs have mostly gone to an IFS (independent front suspension) type of front ends. These are usually more labor intensive, especially kits 4 inches or above.
A common question when lifting a truck or suv is how it will affect my ride. This depends largely on the type of suspension, condition of your existing components and size of lift kit. Trucks using leaf springs or coils will generally see their ride become a little stiffer than stock, however if the stock springs are in poor condition you could actually see an improvement in ride quality. Most vehicles with IFS suspensions (most later model trucks) will see little or no difference in ride quality regardless of the size of lift.
- Stock shocks are not long enough to mount with this kit. See option fields above if you have not already purchased extended shocks.
- Requires rims with 4.5" backspacing or less.
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