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Love off-roading in a lifted Jeep or looking to level your truck for an even stance? Pro Performance Shop offers suspension lift kits and leveling kits from leading brands like BDS Suspension, Skyjacker Suspensions, and ReadyLIFT. Whether you choose a leveling kit or a lift kit, there are benefits to modifying your vehicle.
Most trucks come from the factory with a raised rear in anticipation of what you'll haul. If you don't haul often or don't haul heavy loads, however, this uneven stance can be an eyesore. A leveling kit raises the front of your truck a couple inches, creating an equal stance. Leveling kits are also great if you have heavy accessories like a plow that causes your suspension to droop. The extra ground clearance also gives you room to install bigger tires and wheels.
A lift kit can protect low bumpers, the exhaust, and running boards from rocks, debris, and rough roads. Lift kits come in handy when venturing off-road, keeping your vehicle body safe from the rough and rocky terrain through additional ground clearance. Whether it's through rocks, mud, or deep snow, if you have larger tires, more ground clearance, and a customized suspension - which are all benefits to a lift kit - you’ll keep your truck or Jeep protected while riding in style.
When it comes time to choose what's right for you, let our knowledgeable and experienced technicians help you out.
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Both lifting and leveling allow for increased ground clearance. They also accommodate for larger tires. But with a leveling kit, you are raising the front end of your vehicle to match the stock height of the back end. The average height increase is about 1-2 inches. Leveling kits are simpler than lift kits.
Lift kits can take your vehicle much higher, due to the modification of suspension parts. You can increase the height of your vehicle from two inches up to ten inches, even taller if you choose a custom modification. Depending on the desired height you want, lifting your truck will require new springs, shocks, control arms, and possibly a new driveshaft. Keep in mind, with increased distance between the wheel and the hub and running larger tires may require running aftermarket wheels.
If your truck is used for daily driving, some off-roading, and possibly for towing, a leveling kit might be your best bet. If you're looking for ultimate ground clearance, trudging off-road through mud, water, or snow, or if you're looking to turn your truck into a head-turning ride, then a lift kit is for you. Whether you choose a leveling or a lift kit, either one will bring style and individualization to your truck!
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