The Best Aftermarket Truck Suspension of 2022

April 28, 2022

What Are The Best Aftermarket Truck Suspension Kits to Buy In 2022?

2022 is in full swing, and we wanted to take some time to let you know all about the best new aftermarket suspension kits that you can get for your truck.

Before we get into which ones to buy, it's important to note how we got here in the first place - shipping delays over the past year or so have made getting truck parts a struggle to say the least, and some of our own in-house builds have been delayed thanks to the ongoing issues in the world. We don't blame the manufacturers one bit for this, and there are a lot of brands that have come out of the turmoil ready to survive and thrive for years to come. So, let's jump right in.

Aftermarket Truck Suspension Kits Available At Custom Offsets

If you guys didn't know before we begin, we're stocking a ton of suspension products right now - like, a whole wall in our warehouse from companies that you know and love. We have all the best kits and upgrades from leading brands like BDS, Rough Country and more, all ready to go and ship to your door. We've made it easy to find them on our website too, so head on over whenever you're ready to shop and add to cart.

Or, if you need more specificity in your search, enter your vehicle's year, make and model, and we'll find you the best suspension parts for it, nice and easy. With that said, below are the best options for lift kits as we move through 2022.

2022 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 with Rough Country Lift Kit

Top Features of Rough Country Lift Kits

One of the best options for lift kits in 2022 is our old friends at Rough Country, plain and simple. The truth of the matter is that if you're looking for a company with a ton of options, Rough Country is it. Not only have they been in the market for a long time, but they also have lift kits for - and this is not hyperbole - everything. We're talking everything from pickups to Jeeps, Tacomas, Hummers, and all other vehicle types under the sun.

Also of note is that Rough Country's new V2 shocks are out now and they ride great - they're a little more expensive, but the aluminum body valving bushing ends and seals are all higher-quality than the original N3 variant, and that's something that is definitely worth it in the long run.

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Top Features of Rough Country Vertex Coilovers

If coilovers are your thing, Rough Country also has you covered here with its Vertex line of lift kits. These will get you a whole coil or lift kit setup for less than some of the other spacer drop bracket kits on the market - for the money, these are just hard to beat.

We've got further info for you on the Vertex lineup, of course - Rough Country's Vertex kits have a nitrogen charged monotube shock design, which is a fancy way of saying that they have one tube instead of two types that slide up inside of each other. And the external tank will cool, which adds increased oil capacity - that's cool for a couple reasons, but the biggest one is that it allows for dampening sensitivity and more custom adjustments based on your truck and use case.

Read More: Are Coilovers Worth It For Your Truck Build?

The fact that Rough Country actually tunes their Vertex kits for each application is also super nice, and its huge two and a half inch piston is pretty decent too. Rough Country has managed to take a lot of its new technology and make it more available through every price point, and add that to a strong inventory, and it makes us confident that RC will continue to be a brand to look for in 2022.

2022 RAM 2500 with BDS Suspension Lift

Top Features of BDS Suspension Lifts

Let's say, for example, that you want something a little more premium. Or maybe you're the kind of person who's regularly putting his truck through some serious abuse. The good news here is that BDS has some of the best lead times that we've seen in quite some time - if you're not familiar with old BDS suspension kits, let's break it down quick.

Ask anyone who's ever lifted a truck before and they'll tell you that BDS is one of the biggest names in the game when it comes to quality high-end lift kits. BDS was founded in 1996 and has been making lift kits for all major truck brands for 25 years now - they have products for pretty much every truck you can think of, and they have a wicked partnership with a shock company that you might have heard of once or twice.

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Shop Fox Shocks Included with BDS Lift Kits

You guessed it, it's Fox Shocks. BDS and Fox products are often packaged together, meaning that you can get all the BDS goodness on your lift kit, plus the proven dependability of Fox shocks. Again, if coilovers are your thing, BDS is one of the few suspension brands that offers a coilover conversion for a ton of trucks.

One of the coolest things about BDS, though, is that they have a no fine print warranty - this means that if you're the original purchaser of your lift kit and you happen to break something on it, BDS will replace the broken lift kit part with no questions asked.

Shop The Best Suspension Kits and Upgrades With Quick Delivery

We stand behind all the top suspension brands of 2022, and you can get a kit delivered to your door within 10 days of purchase. The fact of the matter is that while it's a bit more difficult to build a truck in 2022, it's not impossible by any stretch of the word. If you're looking to be a little more price conscious then Rough Country might be the brand for you - if it's a warranty you're after, then BDS is the go-to here. Regardless of which one you choose, though, the build still goes on throughout the rest of the year - we have plenty of suspension kits in stock and ready to ship, and that's why we're confident in saying that if you want a Rough Country or BDS lift kit, we've got you covered and can help you get ready for show season.

Which one will you choose between BDS and Rough Country? Let us know!

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