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LJ Wrangler Suspension Options from Fabtech


The 2004 to 2006 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, more commonly known as the LJ, is a highly sought after Jeep. Sporting a 103.4-inch wheelbase, directly from the factory and all the typical TJ goodness, the LJ is an extremely capable vehicle in stock form. Add the Rubicon package and it is even better.

As with nearly any Jeep, the aftermarket has stepped up to boost the performance level even higher. Fabtech helped to pioneer the performance suspension segment with a multitude of systems designed to take you and your LJ anywhere you want to go.

Fabtech has put hundreds of hours into the research and development into Jeep suspension systems. A wide array of precision engineered and built components allow for Jeep owners to get exactly what they need. 6 and 8-inch Long arm options include both 5-link (4 plus track bar) front and rear as well as Radius arm front with wish bone rear. 4-inch short arm kits are available for those looking to keep their Jeep lower. Dirt Logic Coilover conversions, Stealth Monotube shocks and Performance shocks give buyers options that fit their budget and performance requirements.

Step up your game and run with the big kids, get your Jeep set up with a Fabtech suspension. For more information on Fabtech’s suspension systems for LJ Wranglers and other Jeeps, visit



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Some years ago, the folks over at built a 2006 Jeep Wrangler TJ Rubicon. To make sure they got the best performance possible, they chose to use Fabtech‘s 6″ Crawler system with a Dirt Logic Coilover upgrade. Go check out their full feature for more info.

TJ and LJ Wrangler Components

This is the start of many posts dedicated to the TJ and LJ Wrangler. Posts will include Fabtech TJ and LJ Wrangler products, Feature stories on our in-house Jeep JKs and more!

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