Each year, Chrysler recognizes outstanding vehicles and new products that are on display at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) trade show. Superlift Suspension Systems won two Chrysler Design Excellence Awards at the 2008 show this past November. Best Jeep Brand Vehicle went to the Warrior Jeep, a JK Wrangler donated by Superlift to the Wounded Warrior Project. Customized to the tune of about $80,000, the Warrior Jeep was given away to the lucky winner of a random-drawing sweepstakes. All sweepstakes ticket-sales proceeds benefited the Wounded Warrior Project, which assists severely injured U.S. servicepeople. The vehicle was on display in the United Four Wheel Drive Associations booth.
Superlift also won Chrysler's Best Truck Accessory award for its 2009 Dodge Ram DS 1500 6-inch lift kit. This system fits up to 37x12.50 tires. Factory front struts are retained, and replacement nodular-iron knuckles are used to simplify installation and retain correct chassis geometry. Rear dual-rate coil springs are another marquee feature.
More information at www.superlift.com.
--Sean P. Holman
Tech Editor - Four Wheeler Magazine