BDS Suspension 1.75" Lift Kit for 1997-2006 Jeep Wrangler TJ
- Important Kit Notes
- Vehicle Fitment Data
- Base Kit Components
- Manufacturer's Warranty Statement
BDS Suspension 1-3/4" Lift Kit for the 1997 - 2006 Jeep Wrangler TJ.
This 1-3/4" lift kit comes with front and rear urethane upper coil spring spacers and 2" front bump stop extensions. NX² series shock absorbers are included for a smooth ride.
BDS carries a large selection of accessories for 1997-06 Jeeps so check out what is available by customizing your system.
Note: Components displayed in images may change based upon selections.
Front (Base Kit): 1.75 in Coil Spacers
Rear (Base Kit): 1.75 in Coil Spacers
Tire and Wheel Combinations
32" x 10.50" with 16 x 8 and 3-1/2" backspacing
*Trimming may be required*
Difficulty Level (1 easy – 5 complicated): 2
Estimated Installation Time (hours): 4
PDF (click here)
|(1)||024200||97-06 Jeep Tj 1 3/4" Lift Kit|
|(2)||85975||NX² Shock Absorber|
|(2)||85979||NX² Shock Absorber|
*Subject to change based upon selections
No Fine Print Warranty
BDS stands behind its products and that’s evident by their No Fine Print Warranty. This no-BS warranty protects the original purchaser against breakage, bending, sagging, or any other usage failure. This “no fine print” lifetime replacement warranty extends to cover all BDS hard parts as well as bushings. Exclusions would be product finish and wearable items such as shock/stabilizer cylinders, tie rod ends and ball joints that would fall under the separate Limited Lifetime Warranty policy. Beginning February 1, 2020 all new kit purchases include the No Fine Print Warranty on bushings.
Limited Lifetime Warranty (for wearable items)
Wearable items include shock/steering stabilizer cylinders, ball joints and tie rod ends. BDS Suspension Co. warrants to the original retail purchaser that its these wearable parts are free from defects in material and workmanship for so long as they own the vehicle. Excluded from this warranty are the finish of the product. Defects in material and workmanship do not include such things as dented cylinders or bent rods caused by obvious side impact, rust or corrosion. A shock absorber is a wear item and over time will experience diminished damping resistance due to normal component wear. This is not a defect in material or workmanship and is therefore not warrantable.