Leveling Kits vs Lift KitsLast Updated October 17, 2019 | Alison Smith
If you’re looking into lifting your truck or Jeep Wrangler, then you’re probably wondering what the difference is between a leveling kit and a lift kit. While a leveling kit only lifts the front part of a vehicle, a lift kit will raise up both the front and rear of the vehicle several inches, depending on the type of lift kit. Leveling kits in comparison to lift kits only provide just a few inches of lift, mainly to correct any height imbalances between the front and rear of your vehicle.
There’s no vehicle that looks better than a lifted Jeep Wrangler. Whether it’s a smaller two-inch lift or a massive six-inch lift, there are several types of lift kits that can help you achieve that aggressive look. Depending on if you need more ground clearance for enhanced off-roading performance or if you’re just looking for some added style, check out this guide to find the best Jeep lift kit for you!
While Jeep Wranglers look great straight from the factory, nothing beats the look of a modified Wrangler. Want to customize your rig but don’t know where to start? Here are five easy Jeep Wrangler mods to get you started. From lighting to grab handles, these five simple Jeep Wrangler modifications are simple to install but can make a world of difference for your build. These easy upgrades will help make your Wrangler stand out from the rest!
While the first Jeep Wrangler model was released for the 1987 model year, the first Jeep Wrangler Unlimited model wasn’t released until 20 years later in 2007 with the debut of the JK Wrangler generation. Although the two models are very similar, the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited is the four-door model of the Jeep Wrangler, which only has two doors. Many of the same features can be found in both the Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited but check out this article from CJ’s for a detailed comparison!
The Jeep Wrangler is built for the outdoors, whether that’s crawling over rocks, racing in the desert, or traversing a creek. All JK and JL Wranglers are Trail Rated, as well as some of Jeep’s other vehicles including certain models of the Cherokee, Grand Cherokee, Compass, and Renegade. But what does Trail Rated mean, exactly? Jeep’s Trail Rated vehicles have surpassed an extreme series of tests in five areas: articulation, ground clearance, maneuverability, traction, and water fording.