Raise your rig to higher heights with a ReadyLIFT SST Lift Kit. These rugged truck lift kits let you add larger wheels and tires without sacrificing ride quality. Plus, you increase your road clearance without altering your ride permanently. Lifetime Warranty.
Give your beast a budget-friendly boost with Daystar Comfort Ride Lift Kits. Your Daystar lift kit is custom engineered to work with your factory suspension system and comes with everything you need to give your specific truck or SUV a serious lift. Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Lift your truck and line your pockets with the Pro Comp Nitro Lift Kit. Designed to raise your vehicle without the cost and hassle of an expensive suspension system, this complete lift kit combines a leveling kit for the front and a block kit for the rear. Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Transform your truck from a feeble factory lookalike to an extreme off-road machine with the Metal Mulisha Off Road Suspension System. This complete front & rear suspension kit includes everything you need for the sickest 6" lift on your block! Lifetime Warranty.
Take your truck to the next level of high-ridin’ style with a Rancho Complete Lift Kit. These complete truck lift kits raise your rig for extra clearance, plus give you the ability to ditch puny tires for tires up to 35” in size. Lifetime Warranty.
Get ready for off-road action and backcountry style with the ReadyLIFT Off Road Lift Kit. This suspension lift kit includes everything you need – shocks, springs, blocks, radius arms, trac bar and more. And, with up to 5” of lift, it gives you the room to clear 38” tires. Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Not sure which 2011 Ford F-350 Lift Kits are right for you? We have over 1078 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"I had previously owned a 2004 Ford F-350. When I first replaced the oem shocks I went with a name I recognized. I won't say which but it rhymes with Mancho..... Anyways they didn't feel as good as I had hoped that they would, maybe okay on aighter vehichle but not a full sized truck. I tried a second brand after about 10,000 miles. This brand name rhymed with Sailmaster. Iiked these shocks at first. Felt a little better than the Mancho's. So why did I replace them? Because after just one winter with them installed, the stainless steel upper became so rusted and pitted that it damaged the seals inside the shock enough that the oil came out of 2 of the 4 of them. Sure lifetime guarantee.... No thank you Mr. Sailmaster. I won't be installing more junk in my truck.
Enter SKYJACKER, I'll be honest. I hadn't ever heard the name before. I know I know, and no I don't live in a cave or under a rock, nevertheless I hadn't. Both of the previous brands I had simply ordered online and slapped 'em in. This time around I figured I better go talk to someone. There was a great performance supplier/installer near home a couple towns over from me, who I had had do some work for me in the past. I generally turn my own wrenches, as I have some serious trust issues when anyone works on any of my vehicles, including my motorcycle, but that's a different review altogether, I told Mike behind the counter at the shop of my two past purchases. He didn't even hesitate after hearing my story, he immediately said, "you should have just bought SKYJACKER's". "oh yeah, why?" he pointed out to the bays in the back of the store, "go ask any of the installers back there what would they use for an aftermarket shock, it's what I have in my own truck, the owner of the store has them in his truck.". So I'm thinking, "ok, sold order them for me" after I put them in the truck the handling improved dramatically. Yeah well dramatically is a pretty non specific term so I'll try to give you something better than that to go on. You know the difference y" —Chris S from Plymouth, MA bought a Skyjacker Lift Kits for a 2011 Ford F-350.