If you own a truck or SUV, you may be shopping for a lift or leveling kit to make your vehicle rise above rest. As you shop, you ask yourself the difference between a lift kit and a leveling kit. What are the benefits of each kit?

The good news for you is that we here at Lifted Trucks near Phoenix have the answers. Below, we share the differences between lift and leveling kits. If you have any questions.

The Differences Between Lifting and Leveling Your Vehicle

When it comes to installing a lift kit, Scottsdale drivers are essentially raising their vehicle's height by a good several inches. In addition, the lift kit raises your vehicle's suspension as well, by up to nearly 10 inches in some cases.

Moreover, the lift kit comes with a full selection suspension component, including springs, shocks, and control arms to give the vehicle its lift. Moreover, components including new driveshafts and brake lines may also need to be replaced as part of the Glendale installation.

Conversely, suspension leveling offers a far simpler solution to lifting your vehicle in the Tempe area. It involves raising the front end of your vehicle a maximum of two inches. If Glendale drivers are looking to keep their vehicle all the way around, spacer blocks can be installed on the rear springs to level the vehicle fully.

At its core, a suspension level only requires spring spacers or torsion keys to complete the installation.

Whatever kit you choose near Paradise Valley depends on what you are looking to get out of the vehicle. It all comes down to the feeling you have behind the wheel.

Feel free to contact Lift Trucks today to chat with us about our vehicle lifting options. We are located a short drive from Mesa.

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