When the Jeep Wrangler JL hit the road in 2018, it made an undeniably worthy addition to the Jeep Wrangler line. Nevertheless, giving it some extra trail clearance and a taller profile with a lift kit is a pursuit that’s just as worthy. The following is a review of options available that add to a Wrangler JL’s stature and off-road capability.
A Variety of Ride-Enhancing Possibilities
There are multiple ways to add some lift to a Jeep JL Wrangler, and each approach strives to achieve different results. Adding height can be to simply boost the JL Wrangler’s appearance or for extra ground clearance and performance.
- Spacer kits – These Wrangler JL lift kits provide enough lift to clear large-diameter tires without affecting the factory-quality ride. The kits are easy-to-install bolt-in lift kits. They’re a legitimate option for leased JLs and typically don’t interfere with factory warranties.
- Suspension-enhancing kits – A suspension enhancing kit comes with control arms and track bars that improve boosted rides and allow for adjustments down the line.
- Comprehensive kits – These Jeep Wrangler JL lift kits provide everything a JL Wrangler needs for an impressive stance while still getting a ride quality rivaling factory settings.
- Long-arm, front-only JL lift kits – This option allows for lower operating angles with longer arms. The kits significantly improve shock absorption while keeping height and permitting a more enjoyable ride whether stomping rocks or rolling home on the highway.
While there are several options for giving a Jeep JL Wrangler a lift and maximizing its all-terrain capability, a review of choices and primary objectives will help get a grasp of the possibilities and where best to start.