Kit, System... What's the difference?
Kits: Kits are basic and include Blocks and/or Add-A-Leafs to gain lift.
Systems: Systems are more complete, replacing stock springs with Skyjackers Softride® Springs
Skyjacker Jeep suspension lift kit is essential when trying to attain a front lift. Consequently, factory torsion bars also need to be adjusted because of the fact that boost in height directly results to loss of sag or what they call suspension extension travel which allows your tires to follow the contour of rough trails. Moreover, the ride quality stiffens and your vehicle won’t be at its peak performance level. Although you need more than just Jeep Skyjacker suspension lifts to simultaneously maintain or increase the suspension extension travel, it does put the ball joint angle in the right way.
However, the tubular upper control arms of new Skyjacker Jeep lift kits somehow restores lost suspension extension travel and for a smoother drive, you would need shocks on all corners to support the Jeep Skyjacker suspension lifts. The existing height of your vehicle is the basis of how high it can be lifted off the ground – that’s why it’s best to seek professional advice before getting Jeep Skyjacker suspension lifts.
Skyjacker Jeep suspension lift kits include important parts to make installation trouble-free. Their suspension systems consist of hi-lift leaf and coil springs, shock absorbers, Skyjacker Jeep suspension lift kit, limiting straps and cast iron lift blocks which are available from authorized dealers in the U.S.