The ICON Vehicle Dynamics 3" Lift Suspension System is designed for Jeep JK owners demanding the ultimate in performance and ride quality, without the larger stance you find in bigger lift systems on todays market. ICONs Jeep Wrangler JK 3" lift system is engineered with front and rear dual rate progressive wound springs which is the foundation for on and off road performance and suspension articulation. The dual rate design gives you a softer initial rate for superb on road comfort and a firmer than stock secondary rate that increases during compression for excellent bottom out control. ICON V.S. 2.5 Series Reservoir shocks are included front and rear to ensure optimum performance by increasing the duration of consistent damping regardless of situation, keeping the shocks at a cooler operating temperature during heavy use. The ICON CDC Valve upgrade is included in this stage for those desiring an easy way to tune the ride externally. Together the combination of ICON dual rate coils and V.S. 2.5 Series shocks adds 30% more wheel travel over stock, helping you rock crawl safer or soak up larger terrain at higher speeds keeping those wheels on the ground. In this Stage 4 system adjustable track bars are include front and rear for optimizing axle position to ensure your axles are perfectly centered under the vehicle. Upgraded tubular steel upper & lower link arms are designed to add performance, strength, and improved alignment range. This ICON 3" JK lift system is designed from the ground up to give the 07+ Jeep Wrangler JKs the best performance, suspension handling / ride quality, and clearance for 33" tall tires (35" tall with installation of aftermarket high-clearance fenders).
ICON Vehicle Dynamics is a performance suspension manufacturer. The company's success is built on having engineers drive the product development process from top to bottom. In fact, founde, Dylan Evans is an engineer and a SCORE champion driver. Product development for ICON Vehicle Dynamics starts on the trail with extensive testing via real rock crawling, forging, whooping and taking on tough trail conditions in the "development lab" preferred by ICON Vehicle Dynamics engineers. They use this extensive testing regiment to determine where suspension components can be improved or even redesigned. Then they carefully monitor the production of the improved or redesigned components by having them all manufactured at their facility in the United States. Shop Icon Suspension Now