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3.5" Super-Flex Suspension System

Rubicon Express | Part Number: R/ERE6010
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  • Technical Details

    • Fits 1984 to 2001 XJ Cherokee
    • Lower control arms
    • Add-a-leaf rear lift
    • Installation instructions and hardware included
    • Shocks not included
    • Max Tire Size: 31x10.50
    • **Must purchase RE1225 U-bolts if you have an 8.25 rear axle**

The Rubicon Express 3.5" Super-Flex suspension system for the XJ Cherokee owner who wants a little less lift than the 4.5" at a more affordable price. The lower control arms of your XJ's suspension are upgraded with our Super-Flex front control arms while the stock upper control arms are retained. The 3.5" Super-Flex system will improve the trail flexibility of your XJ while retaining a comfortable street ride.

Installation instructions are in PDF format. You will need Adobe Reader to view these files.
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Rubicon Express Suspension TypeLift Height RangeSuspension TypeShocks IncludedRear Lift Method
Super-Flex Short Arm3 to 4.99 InchesCoil Spring KitNoAdd-A-Leaf

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3.5" Super-Flex™ Suspension System by Rubicon Express for Jeep
 
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5.0

Best suspenpension system ever installed

By Cherokee Gasper

from Puerto Rico

Pros

  • Is a real Suepr fFex

Cons

  • IMPROVE BUSHINGS

Best Uses

  • RUBICON eXPRESS SUSPENCIC

Comments about 3.5" Super-Flex™ Suspension System by Rubicon Express for Jeep:

RFF ROAD AND CROWLING
iS FLEXIBLE
IS QUALITY CONSTRUCTION,
Have participate in off road activities and my Rubicon Ex[press Super Flex 3.5, have never fail in performance also, I have win ariculation c0ompetition

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