The Best Lift Kits for Your Truck or SUV
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The Best Lift Kits for Your Truck or SUV

Michigan Truck Spring has been installing lift kits for years and is proud to offer some of the best kits on the market today. Whether you’re looking to add a little extra height to your cabin or aiming for a totally different look, we’ve got you covered.

Ready Lift

  • ReadyLift logo Browse lift kits from ReadyLIFT for up to 6 inches of lift complete with everything you need to get started. Fits wheel sizes up to 38 inches.
  • ReadyLift lift types include:
  • 1 Piece Sub-Frames
  • Coil Spacers and Blocks
  • Coil Springs
  • Strut Extensions
  • Torsion Keys & Blocks
  • Many more
  • We offer over 250 ReadyLift products for lifting your vehicle. You know that if you’re looking for the best, you’ll find it in ReadyLift.
  • Browse ReadyLift

Rough Country

  • Rough Country logo Discover Rough Country lift kits with everything you need to get started. Provides up to 8 inches for front lift height and 35 inch wheels.
  • Rough Country lift types include:
  • Coil Springs
  • Leaf Springs
  • Lifted Knucks and Blocks
  • Strut Extensions
  • Many more
  • Rough Country manufactures best-in-class lift kits, and we have over 800 of their products available to upgrade your truck. With Rough Country you know that you’re getting high quality aftermarket suspension parts.
  • Rough Country Lift Kits

Tuff Country

  • Tuff Country logo Find a Tuff Country lift kit that has everything you need to get started. Fits up to 38 inch wheels.
  • Tuff Country lift types include:
  • Add-A-Leaf
  • 1 or 3 Piece Sub-Frames
  • Blocks
  • Coil Springs and Spacers
  • Strut Extensions
  • Leaf Spring Replacement
  • Many more
  • carries over 1400 Tuff Country products for lifting your vehicle. With reviews averaging 4 stars, Tough Country is a great choice for aftermarket upgrades to your suspension.
  • Tuff Country Lifts

Which Lift Kit is Right for Me?

The idea of a “best” anything is subjective, meaning there’s no tried and true way to find the absolute best solution. What you can do is choose a lift kit that will get you as close to your end goal as possible. There’s a variety of factors that come into choosing a lift kit, such as your make and model, the height you want to achieve, and, last but not least, your lift kit budget. So how do you come to a decision?

Part of it depends on what type of kit you want. While we use the blanket term “lift kit” for most of our products, there are actually two types of lift kits: Suspension lift and body lift. The overall idea is the same, but the end result is different between the two.

Body Lift Kit

A body lift kit does exactly like its name suggests. Adding a body lift will only affect the height of the truck’s body, increasing the space between the frame and the truck bed and cab, which keeps the suspension and axles at the same original distance from the ground. The increase in distance between the body and the suspension system will allow for larger wheels. One of the downsides to these kits is that other than the additional inches added by your tires, the actual ground clearance won’t be increased, so if you take your vehicle off road you won’t get extra protection for the undercarriage. An upside to this type of lift is the cost of the parts and labor for the install can be relatively inexpensive.

Suspension Lift Kit

In contrast, suspension lift kits will do a lot more to your vehicle. These kits will not only lift the body of your truck but the entire suspension system as well, which is why they’re the favorite of off road enthusiasts or anyone who frequently goes off the beaten path. These kits will replace much more than the body lift kits, from your shocks or struts to leaf springs and even your driveshaft, which means that these kits are more of a time and money investment, but provide better undercarriage clearance. With any lift kit, there will be some change in driving stability and weight distribution, however, a suspension lift kit provides a smoother and better articulated ride than a body lift kit due to its design and better integration with your vehicle.

Truck Spring has licensed and trained suspension experts who have been installing lift kits for years. We’re happy to help you with your choices, so give us a call at 800-358-4751.

Factors for Picking the Best Lift Kit

Deciding if you want extra ground clearance or just larger tires (or maybe a combination of the two) are key, but all of the below factors should be considered when deciding on the right lift kit for you:

  • The size of the tires you want to fit onto your vehicle.
  • How much clearance is needed in the wheel well for the new tire size.
  • Do you need additional clearance only for larger wheels, or additional undercarriage clearance for activities such as offroading?
  • Whether or not you’re okay with changing how your vehicle handles.
  • How much money you are willing to spend.
  • If doing the work yourself, how much time do you want to invest?

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