Whether you’re looking to improve your rides aesthetics, conquer challenging terrain, or both, RealTruck has you covered! We offer the largest selection of lift kits for your vehicle, including body lifts and suspension lifts from the leading manufacturers.
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Customers install lifts onto their pickups for a number of reasons, but aesthetics and off-road performance are the most common.
While not every enthusiast hits the trail in their ride, we’re all constantly looking for ways to improve our truck’s aesthetics. Installing a lift kit is one of the most impactful modifications you can make, providing a far more aggressive stance and room for oversized wheel/tire combos.
Besides toughening-up your truck’s appearance, a lift kit also toughens your ride up on the trail. With added ground clearance, you’ll be able to conquer challenging obstacles and terrain with ease.
Check out the key differences between these common lift kit styles below!
Suspension lift kits achieve a taller ride height by modifying your vehicle’s suspension components with items like lift spindles, strut spacers, extended struts, drop brackets, blocks, and taller shocks. Suspension lifts have a tendency to alter ride quality, and are traditionally more expensive than body lifts.
Unlike suspension lifts, body lift kits don’t modify the suspension at all. Instead, lift is achieved using a series of alloy or composite spacers that replace your vehicle’s factory body mount bushings. By elevating the body above the frame by 2-3-inches, your vehicle will have the appearance of a 2-3-inch tall lift.