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Rough Country 2" Leveling Kit | FT Code (88-98 Chevy C2500/K2500 Truck | 4WD)99.95Free shipping to the lower 48
Supreme Suspensions 1-3" Front Max Torsion Keys | 88-99 Chevy K2500/K3500 4WD95.00Free shipping to the lower 48
What is a Suspension Kit?
When you've got a truck or Jeep at home that you're looking to upgrade, you can do so easily with a suspension kit installed. In our inventory, you'll find two main types of suspension kits - lift kits and leveling kits. Both are able to raise up your truck above its stock height, but each is used for a different application.
Lift kits are what you most likely think of when you think about suspension upgrade kits. Generally available in sizes from 2 to 12 inches, lift kits raise up your truck's body above its stock setup for greater wheel clearance, allowing you to add a bigger wheel and tire package to your ride. Many show truck drivers opt for lift kits because of the added aesthetics that they provide.
Leveling kits are lift kits' more functional cousins - they only raise the front part of your vehicle, to make it level with the back. This is a huge help if you utilize your truck for more practical, heavy-duty applications, such as winching and plowing - leveling kits can help to alleviate any stress or imbalance these tools cause to the front.
Both lift and leveling kits, however, are a great choice if you're looking to add more style and substance to your build.
How Much Does a Suspension Kit Cost?
It's really up to which one you pick, but for the most part, you should expect to pay anywhere from $750 to $3000 for a good lift or leveling kit. Don't worry if you don't have that all at once, though - we have plenty of financing options available for you to help make your payments easier.
The Best Suspension Kits For The Best Ride
The quality of the suspension installed on your truck can be the difference between a great ride and a bad ride. To help you venture toward "great," we have plenty of suspension kits and upgrades available for your truck that can help you achieve the ride quality and comfort that you deserve.
Our inventory consists of over 8,000 individual parts and accessories that you can use to elevate your ride, from top brands like Kryptonite, BDS, Rough Country, McGaughy's, Zone, and many more. From tie rods and upper control arms to lift kits and leveling kits, and everything in between, we've got you covered.
Why Should I Install a Suspension Kit on My Truck?
Many drivers will opt to install a suspension kit based on three factors. First, they might need increased ground clearance if they've installed a large set of wheels and tires on their build. Second, they may be looking for better performance while using their vehicles for towing, plowing, or winching. Third - and most important if you have a show truck in your driveway - a good suspension upgrade (such as a high lift kit or 2 inch leveling kit) can help your truck's appearance go from "pretty cool" to "completely badass."
Of course, if you're still weighing your options about which suspension kit may be best for your needs, check out our fitment gallery. Our community of enthusiasts have outfitted their vehicles with lift kits, leveling kits, and suspension upgrades of all kinds. You'll be sure to find some inspiration that you can keep in mind for your own build.
Will Installing A Lift Kit Ruin My Truck?
The short answer is that "it depends," but the long answer involves more complicated discussion. Essentially, any time a lift kit or leveling kit is installed on your truck, the overall "geometry" of its suspension is modified because of the added pressure placed on individual components like your control arms and ball bearings. To counteract this, most lift kits will come standard with these components ready for install, so you aren't putting an aftermarket lift on stock parts.
We've covered this on our blog before - check it out for more info on how lift kits can affect ride quality, and the steps you can take to prevent any issues!