Your all-inclusive “super 6” tips for body lift parts.
There are many, many things to learn about parts for body lifts which would take you years of hands-on experience to explore, but a superb place to start on the decision making process around what body lift parts you need and why, is this “super 6” essential guide to the important stuff.
Take advantage of this “super 6” tips guide to body lift parts.
Fitting your car with a lift kit isn't an easy task. A quick walk down any body lift parts aisle in the store can completely confuse you, with so many choices your head spins. But after you’ve read this “super 6” tips guide, the road ahead will be much clearer.
Do you need a body lift kit?
A body lift kit increases the distance between the body and frame. Thick polymers are used to raise your vehicle’s height, but remember body lift kits won’t increase the ground clearance - they will however make it possible for you to fit larger tyres.
Do you need levelling?
Some kits are made especially to enable levelling on your vehicle, so you need to consider carefully if you need it. For example, you may have one of the SUVs or trucks which have the back level a bit higher than the front, and it may not suit you. Levelling kits are easy to fit.
Should you get a suspension kit?
Suspension kits suspend your vehicle's body, engine and frame – use one if you want enhanced off-road performance. Just be sure to make small, gradual increments to the boosted height and take the time to get used to it… as it goes higher, your vehicle will start to respond differently.
Think about style, function & brand
When buying body lift parts, style and function are incredibly important - your car is a reflection of your style and good functionality feeds directly into your driving experience. And in this market, there’s a lot to be said for choosing an established a brand with a good name from a reputable and knowledgeable supplier.
Explore all the legalities
Some states have tight laws against body lift kits, some do not. So before you purchase, check what your state laws are. And beware, in some circumstances fitting a body lift kit will legally void your insurance, so you need to make sure you have the right insurance policy.