2013 JEEP WRANGLER JK  - Skyjacker 2 Inch Poly Value Lift Kit - JK20 - JK20| 4WD.com


2013 JEEP WRANGLER JK  - Skyjacker 2 Inch Poly Value Lift Kit - JK20 - JK20

Skyjacker 2 Inch Poly Value Lift Kit - JK20

Skyjacker | Part Number: SKYJK20


  • Shocks Included: Does Not Include Shocks
  • Suspension Type: Spacer
  • Rear Lift Method: Spacers
  • Fitment: Direct Fit
  • In_Stock: In Stock
  • In_Stock: In Stock


  • 07-Current Wrangler JK, 2 & 4 Door
  • Lift Height: 2 Inch
  • Front Coil Spring Spacers
  • Rear Coil Spring Spacers
  • Bump Stops
  • Hardware Kit
  • Max Tire Size: 33x12.50


Poly Value Kit features front & rear Polyurethane Coil Spring Spacers along with front and rear Bump Stop Spacers. Shocks sold separately. Max tire size 33 x 12.50.


Question & Answers

4 Answered questions

I have a 2007 Sahara Unlimited. I was wondering if this kit will allow you to clear Nitto Trail Grappler 295/70r17's? Even though the kit says max tire size is 33/12.50r, the trail grapplers are 33.54 inches.

Asked by Cory from San Antonio, Tx on

Cory, the Skyjacker 2 Inch Poly Value Lift Kit will allow you to run up to a 35" tire. This is especially so if you are not going off road. When you take the Jeep offroad you will want to stick with a tire closer to a 33" for when you flex out the suspension. I hope this helps!

Answered by Sara H. Ext 874 from San Antonio, Tx on

I have a 2011 Rubicon Unlimited stock. I want to lift it and keep the same wheels and tires for now. Will this kit work by itself or do I need additional items?

Asked by Shawn from Aberdeen, MD on

This Skyjacker 2" Poly Value Suspension System is a good inexpensive way to lift your JK. The only thing I would suggest you add is some new extended shocks to go with the extra 2" of lift. http://jo.my/jk_shocks

Answered by Jason L from Aberdeen, MD on

will this kit level the stance of my 2010 jeep unlimited 4door

Asked by ronnie with question from Virginia on

Ronnie, this Skyjacker 2" Poly Value Suspension System is actually a lift kit. If the problem is that the front end is sitting to low you need a leveling kit. Depending on if your JK is still stock, or you have a heavy bumper and winch on the front will help determine what size you need. Of there are also adjustable spacers available. But all of the options can be found here. http://jo.my/leveling_kits

Answered by Jason L from Virginia on

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