Challenge your Jeep

If you want to go off-roading like in the picture above, you have to do some modifications to your jeep to get the clearance you need for the more challenging trails other wise you are basically just hitting trails that are no more than dirt roads. Not near as much fun and gives one absolutely no challenge, so where is the fun in that? If you want to experience, the more challenging trails modify your jeep with a lift kit to get you the clearance required and to take your Jeep to a completely new level. Right now is featuring several different lift kits at prices that are sure to make you smile. One of the featured lift kits is the 4″ Suspension Lift Kit for 87-96 Wrangler YJ by Rough Country and is selling right now for only $449.95. That is $134.05 cheaper than normal! So stop taking the low rides and give yourself and your Jeep a real challenge. After all, Jeeps were built for play! Here is more about the 4″ Suspension Lift Kit for 87-96 Wrangler YJ by Rough Country.

4″ Suspension Lift Kit for 87-96 YJ by Rough Country
Kit Contents:
New leaf springs, transfer case drop kit, track bar drop bracket, sway-bar links, power steering pitman arm, brake line relocation brackets, bumpstops, and u-bolts.

Rear: New leaf springs, track bar drop bracket, bumpstops, brake line relocation bracket, and u-bolts.

Shocks: Includes (4) RC Hydro 8000 series shocks.

If vehicle is equipped with manual steering, add manual steering kit.

100% bolt-on installation
Upgradeable with RC Nitro 9000 shocks
Springs are double tapered with Teflon pad inserts.

Part #: 620S
Install Time: 4 – 6 hours
Wheel Backspacing: Factory
Recommended Tire Size: 33×12.50

Written by Andrew

"You're telling me it's got four wheels, two seats and goes faster than the speed limit? Good, I'm driving."


  1. I thought I was having a good time with my Jeep offroading without making any changes, and I was. Last week, I went off road with a friend of mine who had made several modifications to his Jeep, one being the lift kit he had installed. We had a blast. After that amazing day on the rough trails I knew I had to get my Jeep ready to follow the same path. It’s in the shop right now and will be ready by the weekend. I can hardly wait.


  2. Oh, I do challenge my Jeep and I do it several times a week. I live in Arizona and the trails call to me constantly. If I didn’t have to work to put food on the table and keep my Jeep in top shape, I’d probably spend all my time camping out and Jeeping.


  3. I do challenge my Jeep, as well as myself, every time I go off road. I’ve made the modicfications that I need to do this safely. I have too much invested in my Jeep to ever do things that will cause problems.


  4. Challenge is the game and I’m just the one to push it to the limits. My Daddy let me drive his Jeep around the ranch from the time I was tall enough to see out the window. My love for driving off road has only grown along with me. I outgrew the ranch and headed for the mountains. They don’t make the trails too rough for me.


  5. I live for the challenge! My Jeep is my best friend and we work and play well together. The higher the hill, the rougher the track, the better we perform. Bring it on!


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