If you’ve ever wished that you could tailor your ride-height perfectly on your Cherokee, Wrangler, or Grand Cherokee, ACOS spacers are your solution. Have a spring sagging that you now have to replace? Would you like to have different ride-heights available to you during different times of the year? You are really going to love me if that’s the case, ’cause boy, do I have a solution for YOU!!! “ACOS™”, or Adjustable Coil Over Spacers by JKS Manufacturing. A very nicely built unit that will eliminate the problems associated with trying to make your Jeep level. Add a stereo to the back and weighing it down? Add or remove a heavy front bumper? No trouble! Within a few moments you can have your Jeep back to level without removing springs and using compressors. Check it out:
USEFUL when making future plans for heavy bumpers and/or winches (typically adding 100lb+)
Can be installed with just a few tools: installation is no more difficult than a Budget Boost
Available for the front and rear springs on ZJs and TJs, and the front coils of XJ.
Adjustable in just minutes from 1.25″ to 3.00” (recommended maximum) of lift.
Compensate for sagging coil springs, which will invariably sag over time
Adjust to compensate for uneven spring heights from side to side.
Ultimate add-on lift for those who don’t want to swap out springs.
Extremely simple to install and looks SLICK as hell!
Install instructions for spring spacer lifts HERE
Install instructions for ACOS spacers HERE
NOTE: At this time we don’t have any way to modify these spacers to work on the WJ, but we are working toward a solution. We will post info as soon as we know how we are going to pull it off.
*Free shipping to the 48 states
Adjustable Coil Spring Spacers for TJ Wrangler, JK Wrangler,
ZJ Grand Cherokee, and XJ Cherokees
IMPORTANT NOTE: ADDING LIFT TO YOUR JEEP REQUIRES ADJUSTMENT TO ADDITIONAL COMPONENTS TO MAKE IT SAFE. CONSULT YOUR INSTALLER FOR YOUR SPECIFIC NEEDS.
**ZJ Rear ACOS Installers: We have had an issue with the rear UpCountry springs being wrapped slightly too tight to go over the ACOS threaded post. You can easily clearance the spring with a Dremel tool, or just simply removing a small portion of the “pig-tail” from the top of the spring with a right-angle grinder or saw. This ONLY affects the rear UpCountry springs, so far as we can tell. -Kevin-