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  1. #1
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    Date Committed
    Jul 2013
    Simi Valley California

    GenRight JK Elite Suspension Builder's Parts Now Available!

    Introducing Stage 1 Flat Belly "Builders" Kit for Jeep JKU. This is the same kit we use on the Terremoto, just broken down into builder components.

    The Kit Includes:

    ✅ GenRight JK Elite Rear Double Triangulated 4 Link Cross member
    ✅ GenRight JK Elite Front 3 Link Cross member
    ✅ Transmission Mount
    ✅ 3/8" thick 6061 T-6 Aluminum Flat Belly Skid Plate
    ✅ 25 Gallon Jeep JK Aluminum Auxiliary Gas Tank w/ Steel Skid Plate
    ✅ Factory Fuel Pump Extension Kit
    🐼 Jeep JK (single) Gas Tank Hardware & Plumbing Kit

    Here's a video talking about the entire Elite Suspension Kit:

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  2. #2
    Vendor GenRight's Avatar
    Date Committed
    Jul 2013
    Simi Valley California
    So my question to Tony was, "What are the rest of the stages to this kit? How do you see people buying and using these parts to get the full kit over time?" here is his answer, word for word. If you have questions, please let me know!

    Good question.
    So think of it like this…
    You could install Stage 1 on your JK and get the benefits of the flat belly (2" higher belly equals a 4" taller tire). You leave your axles, coil springs, shocks and existing suspension.
    "LCG" anyone who has ever been off road knows this is what you want!
    In most cases this is all the average guy on Dana 44's needs to do. Because as you know, that next step to go to 40's involves axles and that is where the price sky rockets.
    Stage 2 would be to 4 link the rear
    Stage 3 would be to coil over the rear
    Stage 4 would be to 3 link the front
    Stage 5 would be to coil over the front

    It is not the way I would do it, but it is just a more affordable way for the average guy to do it.

    FYI: this method is proven to work, as we have sold TJ kits this way for years.



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