• Preowned

Lifted Trucks

2021 E. Bell Rd
Directions Phoenix, AZ 85022

  • Sales: (877) 762-2816
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We will customize any of our stock vehicles to your specifications! You pick the the truck you want from our lot, then simply pick your lift, wheels & tires and we'll build your dream truck. We'll even finance the cost in your deal! 
Feel free to call us if you have any questions at (888) 465-2075

 

The Lift Shop and Service Center in Phoenix, Arizona is a professional service and performance center, specializing in custom suspension and all types of diesel and gas motors. All of the vehicles we sell at Lifted Trucks go through an 89 point inspection for quality to ensure our valued customers are getting a high quality vehicle that will last.

Our mechanics are ASE Certified Master Mechanics who specialize in trucks and all types of Diesel and Gas engines, including Cummins, Duramax and Powerstroke Diesel motors. 

Many of the vehicles we sell feature after market custom suspension lift kits, wheels, tires, offroad accessories, pillar gauges, custom exhaust, intakes, billet grilles and more. We only use trusted brands from companies like Pro Comp, Fuel Offroad, KMC, Moto Metal, AMP Research, Toyo Tire, Nitto Tires, BF Goodrich, K&N, Magnaflow, and many more! We always have the most advanced technology available. If there is something you want on one of the trucks we have for sale just ask. We will install whatever your heart desires and we can hook you up with any combination to fit your taste and personality.

We sell and build, "Arizona's Toughest Trucks." 

(888) 465-2075

 
 
  

Want a Lift Kit for Your Truck or SUV? Have Questions? We've Got Answers Here at Lifted Trucks

You're interested in using a lift kit for your truck or SUV but aren't sure that you know enough about how it works. Or maybe you've been doing some research and the information you've learned has opened up more questions that you hadn't thought of before.

If you have questions about lift kits, we have answers. Here at Lifted Trucks we specialize in all things lift-related, and are happy to share our knowledge with you. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions from customers.

How do I Start the Process of Lifting My Ride?

While we love a great independent, DIY attitude, care must be taken when you decide to buy a kit to lift your ride. If installed incorrectly, it can affect many different areas of your truck or SUV, causing all kinds of problems. The length of a drive shaft, the steering, performance of your vehicle and more could all potentially be effected by adding a lift kit. Reading a factory service manual or other resources in print or online, chatting with other lifted truck owners and consulting someone who is knowledgeable about the process can all help. And of course, you're always welcome to seek us out here at Lifted Trucks for help and advice.

Just What Does a Lift Kit Do?

A lift kit raises up the body of your vehicle for better clearance. This is especially important for off-road driving and maneuverability. Another perk of a lift kit is that it enables you to add much larger tires to your vehicle. Whether you choose this for maneuvering obstacles or simply for aesthetic reasons, big tires require a higher ground clearance.

How Do I Install a Lift Kit?

There are basically two ways to have a lift kit installed: do-it-yourself or have a professional mechanic do it for you. The option is up to you, but it's important to consider a few factors. Are you already comfortable with the process-maybe you've already done it in the past-or is this your first attempt? Do you have a friend or two who is knowledgeable in this area? How comfortable are you seeking help if something goes wrong?

At Lifted Trucks we're happy to answer basic questions, or to install your lift for you.

What Size Lift Kit Do I Need?

There are three general options when it comes to size: small, medium and large lift kits. A small lift kit will give you a lesser amount of ground clearance than a large kit. Approximately 1.5 inches for a small is a good rule of thumb.

Medium lift is approximately 2-inches of lift. This is a great amount for tire clearance but isn't recommended for off-roading adventures. A large lift kit though, is aggressive, offering about 3 to 4-inches of clearance and good off-road capabilities.

These are just a few of the most common questions we get about lift kits. Feel free to get in touch with us with any of your own questions that aren't answered here.

We're located in Phoenix, AZ, just a short drive from Tempe, Scottsdale, Mesa and Glendale, AZ.  


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