At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Chevrolet lift kits to ensure that you have every lift kit option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of Chevrolet lift kits, so that whether you are looking for a Chevrolet suspension lift kit or a body lift kit or anything in between, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your Chevrolet lift kit needs!
WHY TO BUY?
Lift Kits Buyer's Guide on Andy's Auto Sport TV!
There are lots of reasons to install a lift kit on your truck or SUV, including aesthetics and performance. In this video, we'll show you the basics of how lift kits work, as well as typical lift kit components. Highlights include:
*At 0:43, we explain the benefits of increased ground clearance and suspension articulation.
*At 1:10, we talk about lift blocks and how they can raise the rear of your truck.
*At 1:48, we go over lifted leaf springs and add-a-leafs, which essentially convert your existing leaf springs into lifted springs.
*At 2:09, we explain lift crossmembers, which essentially lower the mounting points of your suspension, effectively raising the front of your truck or SUV.
*At 2:17, we talk about how lift spindles/knuckles raise the front of your truck by changing the location of the front hub mounting points.
*At 2:22, we talk about how lift springs are a simple way to raise a truck or SUV with an IFS or IRS suspension.
*At 2:28, we explain how lift torsion keys replace factory torsion keys to raise the front of your truck or SUV.
*At 2:37, we talk about coil spacer kits, which are an economical way to lift many trucks and SUVs.
*At 3:09, we talk about other options when lifting your vehicle, including straight axle conversions and coilover conversions.
*At 3:30, we discuss upgrading your wheels and tires to complement your new lift, and how installing a taller tire will give you even more ground clearance.
*At 5:02, we talk about how to determine what type of lift components to buy for your vehicle, and we begin the installation of a RevTek coil spacer lift kit on our project Toyota 4Runner.
*At 6:33, we install a Fabtech eight-inch lift kit on our project Ford F250.
*At 9:42, we explain how to shop for lift kits here at AndysAutoSport.com.
*At 10:07, we finally get to have some fun with our F250 and 4Runner by running them through some mud and tough terrain!
Besides making your truck look great, a lift kit provides additional ground clearance, as well as the ability to fit larger wheels and tires under the wheel wells. In most cases, a lift kit maintains a very manageable ride quality, which can be further enhanced by running taller tires. Then, of course, is the performance aspect of installing a lift kit. Depending on which lift kit you choose and its intended purpose, your truck will now be properly equipped for various kinds of off-road excursions that you could previously only dream about.
DID YOU KNOW?
Not all lift kits are created equally. While all of them will offer you a taller stance, some are best suited for adventures such as desert running, while others might be more at home on trails or attacking the nearest pile of boulders. Lift kits that include long travel arms add a wider track width and are generally more stable at higher speeds, making them popular with the pre-runner crowd. No matter which lift kit you choose, you'll enjoy an aggressive look that's hard to beat, and performance to match.