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Full Traction 6" Suspension System

Brand: Full Traction
Features: Typical kit includes:

  • Adjustable 4-link front axle mounting for a true and correct caster curve
  • Triangulated 3-link rear design and no rear track bar
  • Fully bolt-on system, no welding
  • SYE and exhaust modification required

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Full Traction 6" Suspension System

Avg. Customer Rating: (7.0 Stars) Average Customer Rating
Number of Reviews: 6 reviews

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Full Traction 6" Suspension System - Reviews

Customer Rating Great System
Date: Nov 28, 2021
Reviewer: A User from (San Diego, CA)
Actually have this kit on an XJ and it came with it. Had a relatively stock XJ prior to this with budget lift (Springs and AAL0.

Kit is great. Flex is great offroad.

-good flex
-control arms are thick and durable
-can drop transfer case without disconnecting suspension

-can pop when flexing which is typical for 4-link
-L-bracket design for control arms can make it difficult to fit unibody stiffeners without fabrication
-sway bar link disconnects are absolutely awful to connect and disconnect. suggest getting JKS.
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Customer Rating 2004 Rubicon Lift
Date: Nov 14, 2012
Reviewer: A User from (Chino, CA)
My Dad and I put the lift on in our garage. Had the lift for about 4 years now, and have been pretty happy with it. We have 35-inch tires on it BTW. You have to get the exhaust altered with this system. The stock muffler won't fit. Got a skinny Magnaflow muffler that sounds awesome. Only problems we've had is with bolts staying in. Had a couple bolts on the belly pan come out. And had the trac bar come undone. It drives really nice on the street. Just make sure you get a good set of shocks. The one's that came with the lift are toast; rides pretty bumpy. Doesn't lean too bad in curves. The front end will wash out before it even comes close to feeling like it'll go on it's side. I've had it up on three wheels twice on the street, but that was in tight 90 degree turns, and I was driving like an idiot. I've hauled ass up and down Bear Mountain in it. Really fun to drive on the street. Don't use the sway bar disconnects that come with the kit though, they are a bitch to get back together. Amazing articulation on the trail. Drove it up to Moab, wheeled, and drove it all the way home. It's a great kit. There are better ones for more money, but its a good system. I would recommend it to anyone.
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Customer Rating Lift for rubicon
Date: Jul 29, 2011
Reviewer: A User from (Utah)
It was great kit handling is great on road and off road could not match the preformance just dont forget about rear driveline just sujest better sway link kit the one that come with kit are noisy weak hard to reconnect when you come off trail my jeep handle some off the worse terain with no problems the other is need better exhust kit for this lift pipe keep bracking in the middle
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Customer Rating 6" FT LA lift 2006 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon
Date: May 16, 2008
Reviewer: A User from (Virginia Beach, VA)
I agonized between this and Clayton for months till I was ready to purchase...No regrets here whatsoever, this kit is rock solid and articulation is unbeliveable. I am using this in conjunction with the ORO Dual Rate Swayloc and the road manners are absolutely phenomonal.Like the way the link pockets are tucked up in to the transfer case skid as well. Would like to see them get rid of the nutserts on the skid plate and just use grade 8 hardware, make that part of it much easier. Also gets rid of the rear trac-bar. This kit in it's current generation is one of the TOP bolt on long arms out there.
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Customer Rating Bad design and worse customer service ever
Date: Apr 14, 2007
Reviewer: A User from (Sparks, NV)
Design-access to lower control arm bolts impossible without dropping transfer case skid plat &/or belly - odd size tubing on control arms makes repairs difficult as after market parts are differently sized. Clearance issues require front drive line be narrowed - still has contact will lower link bolt.

Company made design modifications after the first 50 kits were sold. Owner did not notify me of design change even though he was aware of issues caused by absence of bracket from rear diff to upper truss. Owner refused to warranty product.

Owner admitted to the design flaw. Demanded I provide proof I was one of the first 50 customers before attempting to right the wrongs of the design flaw. Provided requested proof to owner by his deadline. Owner still has not responded or attempted to follow through. Owner has excuse after excuse.

Bottom line - bad design, worse customer service, and the worst attitude ever.
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Customer Rating 6in lift not 4in lift
Date: Aug 21, 2005
Reviewer: A User from (everett, WA)
the six inch lift is insane!!! i have so many good things to say about it i cant fit it in with 1,000 words. It has amazing articulation very heavy duty. check out their web site, they can explain the wheel travel thing a lot better than i can. I can just put it to good use!!!
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