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Fits: 95-97 Blazer (S10 Series) Base, 95-97 Gmc Jimmy Base

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Fits: 90-91 Isuzu Trooper Ii Base, 90-94 Isuzu Trooper Base, Ls, Rs, S

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Fits: 75-82 Jeep Cherokee Base, S, 75-82 Jeep Wagoneer Base, Custom

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Fits: 98-01 Gmc Jimmy Base, Envoy, 98-03 Blazer (S10 Series) Base, Trailblazer

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Fits: 75-82 Jeep Cherokee Base, S, 75-82 Jeep Wagoneer Base, Custom

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73-91 Chevy Body Lift Kit Suburban

Summit Racing Body Lift Kit 7810053 3.0 in. Chevy Silverado 1500

1994-2002 Dodge Pickup 3" Body Lift Kit

Summit Racing Body Lift Kit 7855030 3.0 in. Toyota Pickup

At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a great selection of body lift kits to ensure that you have the right product for your vehicle. To add safety and style to your vehicle, the selection of body lift kits at Andy's Auto Sport are what you're looking for.

Body lift kits raise your vehicle further from the frame. What this means is that while your ground clearance is kept at the same level, the space for say, larger tires, is increased. Body lifts are a cheap and easy way to add height to your vehicle.
Any sort of lift kit raises the vehicle's center of gravity. Because vehicles with a high COG are more likely to roll, make sure that your body lift kit complies with your local vehicle laws.
Q: What is a body lift kit? Why buy one? How does a body lift differ from a suspension lift, and how does either of those differ from a leveling lift?
A: There are many ways that you can lift your vehicle. The most common forms include body lift kits, suspension lift kits and leveling lift kits. Body lift kits are perhaps the most practical, affordable and easy to install of all the lift kit types. With a body lift spacers are added between the vehicle’s body and frame which raises the body further off of the ground and makes room for larger tires in the wheel well. With a body lift you do not have to add longer shocks, extended brake lines or change the steering geometry, so the cost is minimal. The main down side is that you do not gain ground clearance underneath the vehicle, however if you are looking for an affordable way to run larger tires, this is it. Suspension lift kits are pricier and achieve full vehicle lift through taller springs and longer shock absorbers. The upshot is that you gain clearance under the vehicle as well as clearance for larger tires. The down side is these kits are much more complex requiring more parts and longer installation time, all of which costs more money. Leveling kits are mainly geared toward street level enthusiasts who are after a specific look for their truck. They utilize helper springs or spacers in order to boost the ride height on only one end of your rig so that it rides with a level stance and potentially can clear larger tires.

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