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Superlift 4" Lift Kit

Brand: Superlift
Features: Typical kit includes:

  • Front & rear replacement coils
  • Dropped pitman arm
  • Rear track bar bracket
  • Front & rear Superide shocks with yellow boots

Owner Reviews

Superlift 4" Lift Kit

Avg. Customer Rating: (7.3 Stars) Average Customer Rating
Number of Reviews: 3 reviews

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Superlift 4" Lift Kit - Reviews

Customer Rating Wait for the right kit
Date: Aug 11, 2005
Reviewer: A User from (Keflavik, Iceland)
As soon as I purchased my 2001 TJ I also bought this lift kit. The price was in my budget since I had a lot of mods to do. The ride was decent, however after a year now with this lift it is starting to show some wear. If you are wanting this lift, I strongly suggest purchasing the slip yoke eliminator and driveshaft. My jeep sees mainly street use with almost no mudding. Most of my experience with this lift has been hill climbing, rock crawling, and running on sand dunes. I wish that I would have waited on purchasing this kit and bought atleast a 6 inch kit instead.
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Customer Rating good bang for the buck
Date: Jun 06, 2005
Reviewer: A User from (Philadelphia, PA)
I ran this on my 98 TJ. The ride was better than factory for a month or 2. Then was pretty much average. Did well in my 4 or so trips to Paragon. Plenty of flex for 33's. I would buy it again.
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Customer Rating A decent lift for the money
Date: Aug 28, 2004
Reviewer: A User from (Boston, MA)
I've been running the Superlift 4-inch lift kit on my 1998 TJ for about 20,000 miles now. My TJ is a daily driver that sees a lot of highway miles and goes offroad about once a month on club runs.

In my experiences, the Superlift has performed well both onroad and off. The kit was rather stiff for the first few months, but definitely softened up after a couple of wheeling trips.

Some things to note:
-I did need to get longer front lower control arms in order to get my alignment back to spec (make sure your specific kit comes with these). I got the Superlift lower control arms which are not "heavy-duty" by any means, but have served their purpose so far.
-I run a transfer case drop with my SL kit and I do get some minor vibrations in the driveline at highway speeds (not unbearable).
-I upgraded my sway bar disconnects to JKS because I didn't like the design of the SL discos.

The kit gets good flex offroad and handles as well as I'd expect a short wheelbase Jeep with 33's to handle onroad (not a sportscar, but not "scary" either). I honestly, believe that my lifted TJ handles much better than my stock 1988 YJ ever did!

Overall, this kit suits my moderate offroading habits very well. I think it's a solid value for what I use it for. That being said, it seems like there are hundreds of kits out there from a variety of need to find the one that fits your budget AND your driving style.
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