3.5 In. Suspension Lift System Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 392
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"Jeep® delivered a distinctive demeanor with Wrangler JL Rubicon 392. Raise your 392 to new heights in a bigger, bolder way with 38s.
Keep your Jeep tuned factory performance shocks, but upgrade the OEM coils to an optimum performance option. Skyjacker specifically engineered a progressive variable rate coil spring, distinctively a 2-stage dual rate long travel coil, to coordinate with the Rubicon 392’s distinctive suspension handling characteristics.
Spring rate progression is from a 1st Flex Rate to a 2nd Ride Rate. The 1st Flex Rate stage of the coil spring delivers a comfortable ride with the ability to flex for increased articulation. The coil spring’s flex rate expands during full articulation as the suspension drops (full droop). This keeps the coil springs seated in the upper coil mount/bucket and the tires in contact with the terrain. The 2nd Ride Rate stage only engages after compression past the flex rate.
Skyjacker’s proper suspension geometry ensures the Electronic Stability Control (ESC) system functions within factory parameters. Lower Front Links and Upper Rear Links Eccentric Cam Bolts adjust proper driveline phasing and alignment.
Front and Rear Shock Extension Relocation Brackets reposition your specifically tuned factory performance shocks. Front and Rear Bump Stop Spacers bolt onto the axle bump pad and keep the suspension travel safely in check. Front and Rear Extended Length Sway Bar End Links allow full articulation as the suspension drops (full droop). These end links include Skyjacker installed pressed-in HD OEM style rubber bushings.
The replacement Front Adjustable Track Bar includes Skyjacker installed pressed-in HD OEM style rubber bushing at the frame mount. The adjustable axle mount end is a 3/4-inch Heavy-Duty Rod End, Jam Nut and Alignment Bushings. A heavy-duty Rear Track Bar Bracket is included to center the axle under the vehicle to address the new ride height and help keep the factory roll center of the Rubicon 392."