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Jeep Grand Cherokee WJ Lift Kit - Lifting Luxury

Posted in How To: Suspension Brakes on July 1, 2002
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No one can question that the Grand Cherokee is the Cadillac of the Jeep world. You can't ask for better looks, more comfort, or any extra luxury. The new WJs are also amazing off-road when combined with the tri-gerotor traction of the Quadratrac II option, and the 4.7L V-8. Add the looks, comfort, power and traction together, and you have one hell of a well-rounded vehicle.

So you may ask yourself: Can it be improved? To this, we say, "yes." Bigger and more aggressive tires, rocker guards, and a few useful items can make mom's kick-butt grocery-getter into a 'wheeling machine that laughs at many a trail, and is still awesome for road trips and towing. How do we know, you ask? Well, we got ahold of a '99 WJ to which we added a 4-inch TeraFlex lift, some LT265/75R16D BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A KMs, and a Yakima bike rack. What we ended up with was a super capable, better looking, more useful Grand Cherokee.

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