As some of you may know, Cindy and I were lucky enough to test out the all new Dynatrac EnduroSport 2″ Lift a few months back and based on it, we were able to establish that it’s a great kit. It offers a smooth ride, is super stable and while it may not be the tallest lift in the world, it really is a perfect daily driver setup for running 35″ tires on a Sport or Sahara or a set of 37’s on a Rubicon and for those of you who prefer a nice low center of gravity build. In this episode of the JL JOURNAL, you’ll get to see what all you get with this lift and just how easy it is to install.
If you haven’t already seen it, click on the link below to watch the video we made of us testing out the Dynatrac EnduroSport:
VIDEO : JL JOURNAL – DYNATRAC EnduroSport JL Wrangler 2″ Lift Kit TEST & REVIEW
Also, if you haven’t already entered into the Dynatrac EnduroSport Lift Kit GIVEAWAY, the time is NOW! The official GIVEAWAY date will be on Monday, October 1st and to find out more information on how you can WIN, simply click on the link below:
NOTE: This video is just a highlight of what will need to be done in order to install the Dynatrac EnduroSport Lift on a Jeep JL Wrangler. It is important for you to reference the instructions that Dynatrac provides to ensure complete and proper installation.
Will this kit work on my 2 door sport JL? I tried to email dynatrac but no response. Thx
Yup, it sure will only, you might get a little more lift than 2″ being that you’ve got a 2-door
What are the spacer you added to the front?
They’re just basic coil spacers that I had laying around. You can get them on Amazon and the like.
Do you think this would work ok with over landing setup? Big roof top tent, steel bumpers, fridge and fam with 2 kids and wide in the car. Most of the time it’s just a daily driver and only want to run 35’s. Love your videos.
I don’t think so. That’s a lot of weight and the coils that come with this kit most likely will not hold up to it. Granted, no soft and comfortable coil will.