It’s Official – Donahoe Racing Enters the Jeep Market!

Of all the lift kits I have seen since the introduction of the Jeep JK Wrangler, I’d have to say one of the few that really caught my eye was the one being developed by Donahoe Racing.  But, since the Jeep market wasn’t something they had pursued in the past, I wasn’t entirely sure if their JK kit was just going to be a one-off demonstration of their talents or, if they were serious about coming out to play.  Well, I just got this official press relase from them and I think it speaks for itself:

Corona, CA – Many of you may have seen Donahoe Racing’s new 2007 Jeep JK at the SEMA show and now we are proud to announce that our new suspension system for the Jeep JK will be available to the public soon.  Donahoe Racing has taken a different tact to designing its first ever Jeep system.  “We approached it from a racing perspective.  We wanted to create a kit that would work like one of our racing suspensions,? said Kreg Donahoe, owner of Donahoe Racing.

Developed from the ground up, the new system takes a lot of the harshness out of the ride while allowing for great articulation for the trail riding buff.  The new DR Jeep suspension system has been designed for the 2007 Jeep JK both 2 and 4 door.  The ride heights available for this system include 2?, 4?, and 6?.

The new system includes:

• 2? thick wall link arms
• On vehicle adjustable link arms and pan rod bars
• Available with Donahoe Racing 2? Signature Series shocks
or 2.5? ZooRoad© Shocks by Donahoe Racing.
• Tie Rod Flip Kit for great steering angles.
• Optimum stock pivot point geometry
• The only JK system available with dual rate springs front and rear.

The new JK systems will be available spring 2007.

I’ll post more updates from Donahoe Racing as they become available to me so be sure to check back on a regular basis.  Meanwhile, if you haven’t already seen them, click on the link below to see hi-res photos of their Jeep JK Wrangler at SEMA:

Donahoe Racing Jeep JK Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited Photos



  1. It’s about time! I have been emailing them for months with no update. Do you think the 4″ and 6″ kit use the same length control arms?

  2. Any word on these kits? Danahoe website says still coming soon, wondering if they are ready yet and costs. Thanks.

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