2.5” of Lift with 37’s on a JK? Yep!

Jeeps have undergone many transformations over the years.  From different body styles,
powertrains, and even trends in upgrades.  In the past, most utilized big lift kits in order to fit larger tires for proper axle 10341523_721319524592687_1384528408480282239_nclearance when off road.  Unfortunately, this also caused Jeeps of the past to being excessively top heavy, and couldn’t perform as well as they could on steep or off camber obstacles.  Since the release of the JK models in 2007, the trend has pushed towards a lower slung Jeep with larger tires to keep the center of gravity as low as possible, but still achieve massive axle ground clearance.  Most suspension manufacturers have fallen on suspension systems that raise the front of the JK’s an average of four inches for a good compromise of tire clearance and minimal lift.  However, we have found that we can push the limits even further for maximum on AND off road performance.  We got together with our friends at Eibach and had them build us progressive rate coils that are a mere two and a half inches over stock.  With these, a JK running stock fenders can quite easily clear 35” tires.  But for those upgrading to one of jk-2the ever popular MCE Flexible Fenders, Nemesis, or other similar type of flare, you can mount up a set of 37’s under your Jeep.

The biggest highlight of these coils are not the mere fact of their ride height, but of their sheer capability to enhance the prowess of your JK in any situation.  We’ve personally pushed the limits of these coils time and again on our in-house JK, dubbed Ginsu, and it has performed without flaw.  Further, the on road handling beats anything we have ran for the grueling Monday through Fridayginsu-flexed commutes.  Now, since we realize that some do have a preference towards more lift, or do not wish to upgrade the fenders, we also have 3.5” coils to deliver a slightly taller ride height, but built with the same superior progressive rate design.

 

For more information on these coils, as well as others that Eibach produces for us, click HERE.