Front lift is accomplished with strut towers; rear lift via new coil springs. Thin preload plates install on top of the springs to boost spring rate slightly and offset the increased load/leverage generated by heavier and wider tires and wheels. Lower control arms and differential are relocated via bracketry then new steering knuckles span the increased distance from the relocated lower control arms to the upper arms, which remain in the stock location. Bracketry relocates the affected rear suspension components. Lift Kits include a plug-in module to ensure functionality of Jeep's Electronic Stability Program.