Jeep has announced pricing for a host of new performance upgrades.
Many of the new performance parts announced by Jeep were used to make the Easter Jeep Safari Concepts (pictured above.)
Two different lift kits will be available for the Wrangler. The first kit offers a two-inch lift and is available for 2007 to present day Wranglers. If you’re lifting a 2007-2011 Wrangler, the kit will cost $995, while 2012-2015 Wranglers require a new driveshaft for the lift, driving the price to $1,495. Jeep says the two-inch lift will allow 35-inch tires.
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There is also a larger four-inch lift kit that comes with upgraded springs, brake lines, control arms, specially tuned remote reservoir shocks, all necessary brackets, a double cardan driveshaft and yoke, a steering damper and a high-steer conversion kit. This kit will cost $2,250.
A big brake kit can be ordered as well, bringing along 13-inch rotors, dual piston calipers, brake lines, heavy-duty pads for the front axle and a matching brake booster and master cylinder. The whole kit will cost $795, while the master cylinder and booster can be ordered along for $245.
Beadlock wheels are available for $325, while Rock Rails are available for $659 to $775 depending on whether its a two-door or four-door Wrangler.
That last major off-road upgrade available are Dana 60 axles, which cost $7,000 for the front and $4,000 for the rear.
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