Lift Kits Services
We offer a full range of suspensions and lift-kit services.. We know how to handle a wide range of car applications. Whether you drive a passenger car or medium-sized truck, or SUV, our mechanics strive to ensure that your vehicle will be performing at its best before leaving our shop.
why should i lift my ride
When it comes to adding suspension lift kits to make a style statement, looking good is the easy part. Sometimes it’s easy to overlook general, everyday performance in the midst of decking out a ride. For this reason, choosing the right suspension lift kit with attention to comfort, reliability, durability, safety, and not to mention price, should be given just as much consideration as those precious inches you want to add.
Whether you’re just starting out, or you’re the experienced professional, tuning your rig for optimum off-road performance is an expansive hobby with numerous factors to be wary of. The possibilities are limitless, which can sometimes make it hard to determine exactly which suspension lift kits are ideal for what you want. That’s where we come in. Let us help you with your lift project.
suspension lift sizes
- Small Lift Kits – A small lift consists of 1.5 or fewer inches, and will grant you a little more clearance and room to run slightly larger tires. The most common way to gain a small lift is by using coil spacers in front and long shackles in the rear.
- Medium Lift Kits – A medium lift is roughly 2” of lift, and is a good choice for those looking for the best tire clearance, but aren’t planning on doing any off-roading. Common medium-sized lifts use spacer and add-a-leaf lifts, and sometimes come with new shocks.
- Large Lift Kits – The largest lifts consist of 3 to 4” or more for an aggressive look and the best off-road performance. A common large lift setup consists of new front coils and add-a-leafs in the rear, plus some combination of new front coils and new rear springs. These kits often include a matching set of shocks.
Types of suspension lift kits
- Spring Over Axle (SPOA) – SPOA suspension lift kits are most popular among serious rock crawlers looking for the utmost articulation (up and down wheel travel). These truck lift kits keep the tires on the ground for maximum traction, while correctly lifted springs lifts everything out of harm’s way, including the springs.
- Coil Suspension Lift Kits – The choice of many of the world’s best-riding 4 wheel drive vehicles, Coil Suspension Lift Kits offer unrivaled ride quality and cheaper springs, but installation sometimes requires some welding. The end result, however, is a suspension lift kit that provides excellent articulation on the trail, and a comfortable ride you have to feel to believe.
- Lifted Spring Suspension Lift Kits – The most commonly used type of truck lift kits in the world, Lifted Spring systems are easier to install, and an excellent choice for first-time lifters in the off-road world. These truck lift kits allow you to run larger tires for additional clearance, while producing control on the highway.
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- Brakes Upgrades – Stock brakes can’t always accommodate larger tires, or will wear easily due to the added strain.
- Drivetrain & Differential – Axles, gears, differential covers, lockers and more ensure that your drivetrain is up to par with your suspension.
- Replacement Parts – Longer Control Arms and Track Bars to compensate for the additional height of your rig.
- Shock Absorbers – For those taller lifts, longer shocks will ensure the smoothest performance both on and off road.
- Other Parts – Steering linkage, slip yoke, drive shaft length, u-joint angle, and brake lines are all worthy of consideration before installing suspension lift kits.
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