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Lift Kits

Remember that scene in Fast and Furious where those lowered Civics drove under the semi-truck? Ready for how awesome that scene was to be ruined forever? It turns out it was just a bunch of movie magic. Yep, they built specially lifted trailers for the trucks used in those scenes. But it’s kinda cool knowing that truck lift kits are becoming so ubiquitous that there are even semi-trucks with lift kits on them out there somewhere.

You don't have to settle for the suspension system that your truck came with. Like any other factory standard part, you can modify it to suit your need, whether it's form or function. At AutoAnything, we're here to support passionate truck and Jeep drivers, so we carry a variety of high-quality lift kits for increased clearance, a smoother ride and more.

Best Lift Kit Features to Look For

The type of lift kit you should pick depends on what you're looking to get out of it and what kind of installation work you're willing to do. Most lift kits come in four categories, from most to least in price and installation required:

  • Suspension lift kits directly adjust the suspension system itself to increase clearage and improve handling;
  • Spacer lift kits raise the body of the truck, increasing visibility and allowing larger tires while leaving performance largely unchanged;
  • Leveling kits raise only the front of the truck, either with spacers or new shocks, to add a bit of clearance at little cost;
  • Add-a-leaf kits replace worn, sagging springs to restore lost performance.

Off-road lift kits are typically full suspension lifts, as the increased clearance and smoother suspension are both vital for off-roading. For more casual riding, the other kits suit most needs. If you need advice on the right kit, our experts are ready to help you hash out the details

How to Install Lift Kits on Trucks & Jeeps

Most tire fitters or specialist auto mechanics are equipped to install adjustable lift kits for you. If you want to do it yourself, you'll need a jack or hoist to get underneath. Modifying the suspension itself often also requires some welding and cutting; less extensive kits add or swap only a few parts and are more feasible for most DIYers. Each kit comes with a full instruction manual for details.

Where to Buy the Best Lift Kits

Auto Anything stocks the best names in aftermarket auto parts, including lift kits of all types. We offer low prices with our close partnership with manufacturers, easy shipping from our warehouses nationwide and a one-year price match guarantee. This is how we commit ourselves to giving customers an ideal shopping experience.

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Customer Reviews

Rough Country Lift Kits

6" lift

The lift is awesome. my truck now looks a truck should I am very happy with it. View more reviews...
Posted By graciela O (ALAMOGORDO, NM) / February 22, 2023
ReadyLIFT SST Lift Kits

So far so good!

Heavy duty build, solid material. Not installed yet but included instructions seem straight forward. View more reviews...
Posted By Jakob F (REDDING, CA) / August 17, 2020
Daystar Comfort Ride Lift Kits

Daystar lift kit

After installing the Daystar 2.5" lift kit my F-350 rode better than stock, and the price was better than reasonable. Thank you View more reviews...
Posted By MICHAEL N (WASILLA, AK) / August 2, 2020

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Wednesday, April 13, 2022

Lift Kits vs. Leveling Kits: What’s the Difference?

Are you ready to upgrade your truck’s appearance to make it sit a little higher and look more distinguished? If so, you may get hung up on the next question: should you invest in a lift or a leveling kit to get the effect you want? Understanding the differences between the two options will allow […] The post Lift Kits vs. Leveling Kits: What’s the Difference? appeared first on AutoAnything Resource Center.
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