JPP’s refitting kits have undergone rigorous off-road testing and can fully meet the performance of the refitted vehicle. The series of modified kits released this time include lift modules, Beadlock wheels with sidewall locks, brake kits, axles, fenders and a series of other Jeep series modified parts.
In terms of Wrangler’s lifting kit, JPP released two kits of 2 inches and 4 inches this time. The addition of a 2-inch lift kit can meet the needs of accommodating 35-inch tires, and the lifting effect brought by the 2-inch kit can also give the new car a more aggressive off-road appearance. According to different models and production years, JPP has launched a total of four 2-inch lift kits this time, covering two-door and four-door Wrangler models produced between 2007 and 2015. Prices are $995 and $1450, respectively.
The addition of the 4-inch lifting kit further improves the passing performance of the Wrangler. However, because the size of the lifting is too high, special springs, brake lines, universal joints, and steering lifts are added to the modification kit. Additional components such as the high converter also raise the price to $2250.
In terms of brake kits, JPP released a set of 13-inch brake disc kits for the Wrangler this time, including dual-piston calipers, brake lines, a vacuum booster pump that matches the front axle, and a brake master cylinder. The premise of matching this brake kit is that the wheels of 17 inches or more must be selected. The 13-inch brake kit is $795, and the large vacuum booster pump and master cylinder are $245.
Beadlock wheels have a negative offset of 12mm for 35-inch tires and a 2-inch lift kit. Priced at $325.
The climbing guard kit is stamped from high-strength steel plates and is used to protect the chassis of the vehicle when crossing trails. Applicable models are Cherokee, Wrangler and Grand Cherokee, priced at $659, $775 and $895 respectively.
Since the Wrangler’s door has a detachable function, the door stopper is relatively simple. The new stopper released by JPP this time can ensure that the Wrangler’s door can be kept at a certain open position. Priced at $140.
The brand-new DANA 60 axle comes standard with electronic differential lock, dual-piston brake calipers, 1550-size universal joints, hub locks and heavy-duty brackets. Priced at $7,000 for the front axle and $4,000 for the rear.
With the addition of a lift kit and 35-inch tires, JPP also offers corresponding products in terms of fenders. The new fenders are available in black plastic and sell for $795. In addition, JPP also provides a series of off-road kits such as skid plates, bumpers, and winches.