Full-Traction Suspension 3.0″ Premium Plus
‚ÄúNo Maintenance‚Ä? Lift System for Jeep JK Wrangler

Full-Traction Suspension introduces the newest in a series of superior engineered suspension systems for the new 2007-2010 Jeep JK Wrangler. Combining all the necessary components together in a 100% bolt-on package, this system will allow use of 35″* tires with ease, give superior flexibility, improved ride quality, and most innovative, NO LUBRICATION MAINTENANCE!¬† Replacement front and rear upper control arms are manufactured from durable 1.5″ x .188‚Ä? wall DOM steel tubing and come equipped with fully serviceable flex joints and long lasting OEM style rubber bushings. This kit runs silent.

Quality laser crafted components allow proper fitment to make this system the one to choose for JK’ers demanding the best. System comes complete with heavy duty adjustable front & rear track bar track for proper axle alignment, new generation front sway bar disconnects, rear sway bar links, bump stops, off-set brake line relocation brackets, and ride frequency tuned coil springs for a comfortable ride. Detailed installation instructions included with step-by step photos.

* Using recommended tire widths & wheel backspacing

Part: FTS7153 4 Door/FTS7154 4 Door
Fits: 2007‚Äď2010 Jeep JK Wrangler
Price: 1199.95

For more information, please contact Full-Traction by email at: chris@full-traction.com or by phone at: 800-255-6464


  1. Looks cool! I’d also like to see a complete list of parts included.
    What is the difference between this lift and the 3″ Ultimate?

  2. jing, try contacting full traction directly as they should be able to answer your questions.

    estian, this kit comes with coils, front and rear adjustable trackbars, adjustable front and rear upper control arms, bump stop extensions, longer sway bar links and rear brake line drop brackets (shocks not included as they have a couple options for this). basically everything you need for a 3″ lift and do it right. the ultimate kit comes with adjustable lower control arms too.

  3. Morning, I was looking for info on this in previous posts, but could not find my answer. What is the max lift you would recommend on an Unlimited X, so as to not mess with drive shafts? I originally wanted to get a 4″ lift, but now am thinking a 3″ and possibly a 1″ body lift if I want that extra inch. Have you nay experience with the AEV 3.5 premium lift? I’ve heard good things. Anyway, have a good weekend, thanks for your help.

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