Suspension Lift Kit
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Suspension Lift Kit
BDS Suspension offers a huge assortment of truck, SUV and Jeep lift kits and truck accessories from our TJ coil spacer kit to a 10" leaf spring kit for your Ford Excursion, and a full range of highly customizable suspension lift kits for Chevy, GMC, Dodge, Ford, Hummer, Jeep, Mazda, Nissan, Suzuki, Geo, and Toyota. BDS Suspension also offers a complete line of aftermarket 4x4 parts and Jeep accessories including:
The confidence of knowing you customized your lift kit or leveling kit precisely to your vehicle and application; that your suspension kit was engineered and manufacturing to the highest industry standards; that your lift or leveling kit was proudly made in America; that you will receive the best instructions and tech support if you install it yourself; that if you choose your local dealer to install your kit, that they are factory trained experts and will treat you right; that if you see it on the website or in the catalog, it's in stock and ready to ship to you, or we can ship it free to your closest dealer; and finally that your kit has the best warranty in the business. BDS suspension... Use it... Abuse it... With Confidence
BDS Suspension is leading the industry by independently testing all suspension kits to verify our kits are fully compliant with the stability control system requirements set by Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) No. 126. more
Pro Comp suspensions use world-class manufacturing processes and stringent quality control measures to deliver only the best possible products to their customers. This results in performance and reliability, no matter what obstacles are in your path. Big ticket items such as cast and CNC-machined knuckles and laser-cut, CNC-formed, robotically welded cross members are the foundation for many of these suspension kits, but little details such as brake line extensions, longer bump stops, and sway bar drop brackets are always included to provide the most complete suspension systems on the market. These details distinguish Pro Comp from their competitors and are critical for proper steering geometry and suspension performance. Detailed step-by-step illustrated instructions are included with every suspension kit to make installation as straightforward as possible. Pro Comp is so confident that you will love their products that they back over 260 kits with the Lift Shield 5 year / 60,000 mile power train warranty and all products are covered by the Pro Comp Promise Lifetime Warranty.
For a more economical method try a body lift kit. If you just need to lift the front of your truck or suv we offer leveling kits for most models. Choose from top brands in the suspension industry like BDS Suspension, Zone Off-Road and Rough Country.
Chevrolet Performance offers more ways than ever to personalize your 2019+ Silverado 1500. From cat-back exhaust upgrades to suspension lift kits, they are all engineered and validated to the same standards as the production Silverado 1500 itself.
The Dynatrac EnduroSport suspension lift kit is the simplest, most comfortable, and best handling suspension kit that easily fits 35 inch tall tires on all 2018 and newer Jeep Wrangler JL 4x4s. With a simple conversion to higher fender flares, you can fit 37 inch tires on your Sport or Sahara model equipped with this lift kit, and 37s will fit Rubicon models without any other changes.
This Dynatrac EnduroSport suspension lift kit has not been tested on, and is not recommended for use on 2-door Jeep Wranglers, or any models with powertrain other than the 3.6L V-6 gasoline engines. This package does not fit with Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 or 4xe models.
The Dynatrac EnduroSport Suspension System is the ideal lift for everyday family use and weekend off-roading with confidence. The system is engineered to fit larger tires for the bold look and increased off-road capability while also improving stability, handling and comfort. It does not decrease the durability or daily-use capability of the Jeep.
One of the huge improvements that customers will appreciate is the significant reduction of head toss: a condition experienced on and off-road where the terrain causes your head to toss from side to side. This suspension system absorbs this energy so it is not transferred to the vehicle occupants. The reduced head toss that the EnduroSport Suspension System provides means that the driver and passengers will have the best ride enjoyment and less fatigue, letting them enjoy the Jeep more.
Drawing on 30 years of engineering, manufacturing and testing off-road components, Dynatrac developed the Dynatrac EnduroSport Suspension System to perform better than factory and to last the lifetime of the vehicle without extra servicing and maintenance. This is a complete suspension lift kit that delivers performance and bold off-road appearance, without the unwanted baggage of installation shortcomings and poor ride quality.
Customizing your Jeep, truck or SUV is a great way to improve its performance or to give it a new look. Depending on your goals, you may choose to install a spacer kit or suspension lift kit on your vehicle; but how do you decide which is right for you While both spacer kits and suspension lift kits are designed to raise your vehicle, they do it in different ways that will affect the outcome of each installation. Read on to learn the differences between spacer kits and suspension lift kits.
We have for sale a brand new set of 2.5" suspension lift rods for your Land Rover LR3 2005-2009, LR4 2010-2016 and Range Rover Sport 06-13 These rods will fit easily in place of the stock rods and trick your air suspension into thinking that the bags are low, thus filling them with more air and giving you a constant 2.5" of lift. With this lift, you are able to clear larger tires, giving your LR3 the best ground clearance possible. This method is tested and true as we have been running it for years on our own personal trucks. These fantastic rods are made of black anodized aluminum fitted with secure rubber grommets to ensure the best fit possible. Please be sure to check out the photos of the stock truck vs. the lifted truck to see the true difference.
A suspension lift is a modification to a vehicle to raise the ride height. It is done for the purpose of improving the off road performance of SUVs or trucks and other off-road vehicles, or for cosmetic purposes. Suspension lifts can enable steeper approach, departure, and breakover angles, higher ground clearance, and helps accommodate larger wheels and tires. Due to the raised center of gravity, maximum safe operating angles can be reduced and roadholding is often significantly impaired. Suspension lifts are also found on a number of high performance sports cars, in which a very low ground clearance is used to improve handling, using an aerodynamic effect known as downforce; examples include the Ferrari 488, Lamborghini Huracan, McLaren 720S, and the second generation Ford GT. Such vehicles activate the suspension lift while traversing road bumps and ramps to avoid damaging the front underbody of the vehicle when driving on public roads; the suspension lift is deactivated on race tracks and level roads.
A lift kit is an aftermarket product package with the parts needed to lift a specific model of vehicle, typically with instructions and customer support. Some kits may have only critical or difficult to obtain parts, needing generic or off the shelf hardware and parts to complete the lift. Some lifts need only a few parts, like lift blocks, the spacers placed between the axles and leaf springs, and coil spring/strut spacers and extended shocks, and special driveshafts, axles, and more. More extensive lifts require many new suspension, steering, and drivetrain parts, such as replacement control arms, trailing arms, custom four-link systems, and drive shafts. These changes may be necessary because raising the vehicle's ride height can impact drive shaft length, steering geometry, and brake lines. Legality is often an issue when installing suspension lifts, as many jurisdictions have varying laws on vehicle ride height and placement of lights and bumpers.
Many trucks are supported by leaf spring suspensions. Leaf springs offer exceptional articulation, a large payload and can take a substantial amount of abuse. With the correct methods they can be modified to help a vehicle carry more weight, have better articulation or to fit large oversized tires. Some vehicles may be equipped with front and rear leaf springs or just rear leaf springs with independent front suspension.
Some methods of lifting are good for the rear, but not for the front, such as lifting blocks. Lifting the rear with blocks is a common way to achieve the desired height. This is done by installing a block, of the desired height of lift, in between the leaf spring and leaf spring perch and installing longer U-bolts. It is a bad method for the front primarily because of safety issues while braking. When braking, the front wheels create the majority of the braking force. The block moves this lateral force, caused by braking, higher above the axle than it did in the stock form. This can cause the block to become displaced from its location and result in total loss of control.
A more accepted way to build up the leaf springs is by using an add-a-leaf. This is done by inserting an extra leaf into the vehicle's leaf pack. Using the add-a-leaf will increase the height, but sometimes makes the suspension ride rough because of the added spring rate. With an adequate budget, the best way to lift with leaf springs is to buy a new set with the lift built in. An add-a-leaf depends on the integrity of the old springs. They may be a bit worn out, so when the lift is installed, the proposed 2 inch leaves may only have lifted the truck 1.5 inches. The new leaf spring pack will not be fatigued and will give the true lift desired. These packs can be bought at various increments of lift and can be combined with lifting shackles to give the proper setup. 59ce067264