Recon Coilover Conversion For Jeep Wrangler JK 2007-2018 - Rear 14" Coilovers Mounts Only
- Usually Ships in 2 to 3 Business Days
- 15.00 LBS
Mounts ship raw unless otherwise requested
MOUNTS ONLY - Coilovers NOT included
PLEASE NOTE: If ordering your own coilovers special configuration is required. Please contact a team member to ensure your coilovers will be compatible.
The only coilover conversion for the 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK 2 and 4 door that addresses these important factors:
- Ease of install
Why Bolt On?
When our RECON system first came out, it went up against a very popular weld-on system offered by our competition. However, it addressed many concerns the weld on system didn't.
Time to install: RECON can be installed in one day, by anyone. Don't have a welder? Don't have access to an installation bay? Don't have years of suspension experience? Not a problem with our system. If you can drill, line up bolt holes, and turn a wrench, you are 100% capable of installing coilovers on your Jeep JK.
Reliability: Because our bracket system has zero moving parts, there are no joints or hinges that can wear over time and fail.
Performance: Our RECON coilover conversion gives your Jeep JK both unrivaled on road performance and off road stability and articulation. Everything from daily driven Jeeps on 35 tires to wild builds with 44 mud bogger tires each benefit from converting to coilovers.
Customizability: Because the brackets do not have to endure heat from welding, your brackets can be custom powdercoated to retain a color scheme you may have already started with your build. This is very important to more customers than many think.
Each system comes with:
- Rear upper coilover mounts
- Rear lower coilover mounts
- Grade 8 Hardware
- Full color installation instructions
- Minimum 30" brake lines
- Minimum 13" sway bar links
Featured in the December 2011 issue of 4 Wheel Drive and Sport Utility
Some drilling is required. Exhaust mod required for rear kit. Aftermarket sway bar required for rear kit. Extended length brake lines may be required front and rear. Some aftermarket axles may require modified lower rear brackets.