2012 JEEP WRANGLER JK  - Synergy Manufacturing 2 Inch Starter Suspension System - 8040-20 - 8040-20 | 4WD.com
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2012 JEEP WRANGLER JK  - Synergy Manufacturing 2 Inch Starter Suspension System - 8040-20 - 8040-20

Synergy Manufacturing 2 Inch Starter Suspension System - 8040-20

Synergy Manufacturing | Part Number: SYN8040-20


  • Shocks Included: Does Not Include Shocks
  • Suspension Type: Coil Spring Kit
  • Rear Lift Method: Coil Springs
  • Fitment: Direct Fit
  • In_Stock: In Stock
  • In_Stock: In Stock


  • 07-Current Wrangler JK, 4-Door
  • Front and rear bump stop extension kits
  • Rear sway bar links
  • Front and rear brake line relocation kits
  • Optional shock relocation brackets
  • Abrasion-resistant powder coat finish for maximum durability and corrosion resistance
  • 100% bolt-on installation
  • Made in the USA


The Starter System is designed for the Jeep enthusiast who wants to take the first step in getting a true suspension lift that replaces the factory springs. 2" Lift Springs replace the stock springs, allowing for the fitment of 33" tires or 35" tires with high fenders. Optional Shock Relocation Kit is available to allow the use of stock shocks, adding to the value of this entry level system.


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For over a decade, aftermarket industry innovator Synergy Manufacturing has been producing high-end performance components for 4x4s. Known for manufacturing quality suspension systems and accessories, Synergy also has an extensive line of axle upgrades, steering components and skid plates and their synergistic approach ensures that the sum of components outperforms their individual parts. The company thoroughly tests their designs on the Hammers and Rubicon trails where coil springs, shock mounts and control arms for Jeeps can show their true mettle. Replacing weary hardware with Synergy components is easy on the wallet, easy to install and will correct your camber and optimize off-road performance. Shop Synergy Manufacturing Now