TOUGH DOG 4WD SUSPENSION 80mm Suspension Lift Kit (Jimny Year 2018+)

R 57,729.99 ZAR
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Jimny Variant Compatible with:

• Suzuki Jimny (Jimny Year 2018+) - 3-Door - GA, GL and GLX
• Suzuki Jimny (Jimny Year 2023+) - 5-Door - GL and GLX


This item will be shipped separately from the JimSA accessories.

Ideal for vehicles with no constant load.

Rear spring is specifically designed for heavy-duty use on vehicles that have no constant load. (Matching springs with weight is critical to performance. Contact us to ensure this kit is right for you.)

Product Details

What's in the box (Kit Components)

  • Foam Cell Shocks (Front Pair) FC31001 x 2
  • Foam Cell Shocks (Rear Pair) FC31003 x 2
  • Coil Springs (Front Pair) TDC1002 x 2
  • Coil Springs (Rear Pair) TDC1005 x 2
  • Caster Correction Bush TDUK-063 x 1 Set of 4
  • Rear Panhard Rod TDPR-010 x 1
  • ABS Relocation Kit TDSP-016 x 1
  • Headlight Module Bracket TDSP-017 x 1
  • Crossmember Drop Kit TDSP-018 x 1
  • Front Panhard Rod TDPR-021 x 1
  • Choice of Extended Rubber Brake Hose kit or Extended Braided Hose Kit x 1 Set of 4 Lines

Front Lift: 80mm 
Rear Lift: 80mm

Light Rear Load: 0-300kg

Tough Dog’s award winning Foam Cell shock is our best selling shock for all round performance. Whether you head bush on the occasional weekend or for the majority of the year, Foam Cell shocks will handle your application.

The ‘Foam Cell’ that makes all the difference is a micro-cellular foam insert that helps to drastically reduce the effects of shock fade, allowing your shocks to perform better for longer, even on the harshest of corrugations. Cavitation and Aeration are the undoing of any shock absorber. As the shock is worked harder, the oil and gas in the outer chamber begins to mix and form bubbles, lowering the viscosity of the oil. When this aerated oil passes through the valve, there is reduced resistance, stopping the shock form performing correctly. The Foam Cell insert, with its trapped gas micro cells takes up the empty space in the shock normally taken up by air or nitrogen gas. This eliminates the possibility of bubbles forming, allowing the shock to get on with the job with an unparalleled resistance to shock fade.