Rubicon Express Jk Coilover Suspension Kit At Sema 2015

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By News Desk on Oct 28, 2015 at 2:28 PM
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    [​IMG]When you are ready to take your Jeep Wrangler JK to the next level, it is time for Rubicon Express’ coilover conversion kit featuring FOX shocks. This race-inspired suspension is designed to build upon Rubicon Express’ Extreme Duty long arm suspension systems available for two door JK and four door JK Unlimited Wranglers. The long arms provide a foundation of proper suspension geometry which you can build upon with coilover shocks to achieve increased speeds and ride comfort on the trail.

    The advantages of coilover shocks are many, including increased wheel travel, optimized shock damping, and the ability to customize spring rates to suit your specific needs. FOX’s threaded shock bodies make it easy to fine tune ride height for even more customization. Dual coil springs result in a progressive spring rate that is comfortable on the street and over small bumps on the trail while still providing stability and control over large obstacles and remote reservoirs increase fluid capacity for cool, consistent shock damping. Rubicon Express’ coilover mounts are made in the USA from plate steel to maximize clearance and provide an OE appearance on your Jeep.

    The new Rubicon Express JK Coilover suspension kit will be available for order October 25, 2015 and on display at the 2015 SEMA Show in Booth #31139.

    For more information about the Rubicon Express JK Coilover Suspension or to arrange a technical feature please contact Chloe Eady –


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