Skyjacker 2.5″ Jeep JK Wrangler
4-Door Suspension Lift

Skyjacker 2.5 Well, I just got news that Skyjacker is officially gonna be number two out of the gates featuring a well developed 2.5″ suspension lift kit for the 4-Door 2007 Jeep JK Wrangler.  And, from what I’ve been told, this lift will get your Jeep JK sitting comfortably on a set of 33″ tires.

Included with this kit will be front and rear coils (specially designed for the 4-Door JK) painted Skyjacker red, bump stop extensions and a rear track bar relocation bracket and all for a low retail price expected to be about $300. Although shocks are not included with this kit, you can buy a set of their Hydro Shocks for an additional $160 or a set of their Nitro Shocks for about $180.

Overall, I’d have to say the Skyjacker 2.5″ JK 4-Door Suspension Lift is a really great starter kit and the only real drawbacks it has for me personally is the fact that it doesn’t come with a front track bar relocation bracket, rear sway bar links or a set of front sway bar disconnects.  And, so far as I know, none is offered separately for purchase (yet) either.

Anyway, I’m glad to see more JK suspension coming our way and I’m eager to see who’s gonna be next!

Remember where you heard it first,


  1. Correct me if i’m wrong, but the JK is supposed to have an electronic sway-bar disconnect system. Not sure how this will be addressed, or bypassed and replaced, but it is a detailed to be considered with these first generation JK lifts.

  2. Actually, only the Rubicon will feature the electronic sway bar disconnect. How this will be addressed is unknown to me and I suspect, unknown to many of these manufacturers too… well, at least for now anyway 🙂

  3. Okay, I wanted everyone to know that I’ve just made a correction to the expected retail price of this kit. Originally, I had stated that the price of this kit would be about $369, and from what I have since learned, it will actually be only about $300. Also, I have just leared that in regards to the drawbacks I had stated, Skyjacker has made the following response:

    “Our R&D department did extensive testing with the new JK and we do not see the need for a front track bar bracket for the 2.5? kit. We will be offering sway bar quick disconnects as well as other accessories in the near future.”

    – Andy Barbieri
    National Sales Manager
    Skyjacker Suspensions

    Please let me know if you have any questions.

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