Agiletitan Jeep Wrangler JL Shock Brackets&Extension

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 Features & Details

  • Shock Brackets&Extensions

  • Adds Up to 2 to 2.50-Inches of Lift

  • Gives Room for Tires of Up to 37 inches in Diameter

  • Manufactured from Heavy-Duty Materials

  • Bolt-On Design for Simple Installation

  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

  • Fix and protect the shock absorber

  • Fits All 2018-2020 Jeep Wrangler JL Models

Rock-Solid and Reliable Shock Extensions.

Toughen up your Jeep Wrangler JL for extreme off-roading with these 2-2.50-inch Front and Rear Shock Extensions. They have been designed to help your vehicle accommodate larger tires for optimum trail driving experience. These shock extensions retain your Jeep Wrangler's factory shocks so you can enjoy the same ride quality you’ve loved in your precious off-roader.

Made to Accommodate Larger Tires.

These shock extensions assist in raising your off-roader’s lift by 2 to 2.50-inches. This gives more room for tires of up to 37 inches in diameter.

Heavy-Duty Construction.

Built for off-road applications, every component of these shock extensions is built from automotive-grade materials. This ensures lasting strength and unmatched reliability.

Designed for Simple Installation.

These shock extensions feature a bolt-on design for convenient installation. They retain your Jeep Wrangler's factory shocks and install on your Jeep without the need for any modifications.

Worry-Free Limited Lifetime Guarantee.

These Front and Rear Shock Extensions are covered by AT's lifetime warranty against materials or workmanship defects. This warranty excludes damage caused by accident, abuse, misuse, natural wear, or incorrect installation. Other exclusions may apply.


These 2-2.50-Inch Front and Rear Shock Brackets are built for all 2018-2020 Jeep Wrangler JL models.


Due to the upcoming Chinese New Year holiday factories will be closed from Jan 18-Feb 2. Orders placed by Jan 5 will be shipped before Jan18, order placed after Jan 5 will be shipped after Feb 2.