Suspension Lift Kits – Choosing the right lift kit for your truck, Jeep or SUV can be based on several different factors. If you’re planning to run a certain size tire and wheel combination, it’s important to determine the amount of suspension lift that will be needed to ensure a good fit. If your vehicle is used for towing, there might be height restrictions to consider. Sometimes, just the clearance in your garage will determine how high you can raise your vehicle. And, then there’s the budget to consider. Whether you just want to look good driving down the streets and highways or you plan on some off-road adventure, a suspension lift will accomplish both goals.
Leveling Kits – Typically, vehicles are made with the rear end sitting an inch or more higher than the front. The lower front end restricts the size tire that can be accommodated. By raising the front of your vehicle, you will not only achieve a level stance that looks more attractive and gain more ground clearance, but also be able to add larger tires for a beefier look.
Body Lift Kits – This method of raising your vehicle uses body mount spacers to lift the body away from the frame without affecting the vehicle’s suspension. Additional components are required for some vehicles that could include steering extensions, bumper brackets and other brackets necessary to raise the vehicle. A more complete look is accomplished with the installation of gap guards to conceal the frame from view. A typical body lift will increase the height of the wheel well to allow the installation of larger tires.