Top Ten Things To Remember When Lifting Your Ride
Even those who never touch the dirt want to throw a lift on their ride. While it might seem like a waste, we can’t blame them. Almost any vehicle out there looks better with beefier tires on it and a bit of lift. Or in some cases, a lot of lift. A mall crawler’s main focus might just be good looks, but this article applies to them as well.
With the cost of a new suspension system, swankier wheels and gnarlier tires, it is easy to limit resources to these upgrades. After all, they will have the biggest impact on your wallet. But there is a lot more you need to pay attention to than just the big-ticket items when it comes to lifting your vehicle. There are a lot of smaller details that, if forgotten, can make your truck, Jeep, and SUV range from underperforming to downright dangerous. Some aren’t included with a new suspension system, but they aren’t optional. Let’s take a look at the top ten most forgotten about items when properly lifting a vehicle.