Recently off road riding has become very popular.  Manufacturers of off road accessories are doing their best to market their products for rough-and-tumble vehicles, sometimes even going as far as presenting their trucks splashing through muddy Hill roads and running through the rivers as shown in TV advertisements. The fact is that many of those advertisements do not reflect the pros and cons of the Lift Kits perfectly. So before purchasing any Lift Kit, you need to think of what is available on the market. Let’s read an article from Auto Anything

How to Lift Your Truck

Want to stand out from the herd of stock pickups out on the highways? You could bolt a giant wing to the roof of your rig, but that’ll probably get you the wrong kind of gawk. Instead, trick out your truck’s suspension with a lift kit. Lift kits come in two formats: a body lift kit and a suspension lift kit. It kind of goes without saying, but a body lift kit raises the body on a stock suspension system while a suspension lift kit raises the body and frame by altering the height of the suspension components. Read more here: How to Lift Your Truck

If in case you have made up your mind to give a brand new look to your 4×4 vehicle, it is imperative that you just carry out some modifications to it so as to increase its performance and raise its ground clearance. Let’s read the article of John Cappa

TIPS FOR BUYING YOUR FIRST LIFT KIT

If you’ve ever wondered what the best lift kit for your 4×4 was, you’re not alone. One of the more common questions we receive involves choosing the best aftermarket suspension for a specific 4×4. Unfortunately, the answer isn’t as easy as loading a silver bullet into a revolver. There are many things to consider when choosing a suspension lift, especially if it’s your very first. Always keep in mind that what may work for someone else, may not work for you. Driving style, personal preference, and the kind of off-roading you plan to do will dictate what lift kit will fit your needs best.

Read more here: http://www.fourwheeler.com/how-to/suspension-brakes/1508-tips-for-buying-your-first-lift-kit/

A lift allows for your tires to have better articulations (up and down range) so you can run over rocks and keep the body straight. It also raises the body up enough so when you come down on a rock from your front tires, your body will not hang up on it. Therefore to make a name in the off-road riding, customers are tending to use lift kits to make the vehicle look distinct and attractive. Call us if you are interested in lifting your car.

 

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