Suspensions: Lifting & Lowering
Additional Ground Clearance – Perfect for maneuvering over obstacles that could damage a stock truck.
Easier Towing Ability – Mildy lifting your vehicle can accommodate and handle much larger loads and weights without damaging your vehicle.
Wider View – With a lift kit the trucks taller design creates a much clearer view of the road ahead, and better ability to avoid hazards or stopped traffic.
Safer Daily Driving – Driving on high-profile lifts goes along way in absorbing the inconsistencies on damaged roads.
Stability – Increases your trucks center of gravity.
A few of the Lift Kits offered by All Hustle:
- Rough Country
- Jeep Teraflex
The Difference between Body Lift & Suspension Lift
A suspension lift is the most popular lift used mainly for off-road driving.
Body Lifts utilize blocks and spacers to lift the body higher onto the frame of the vehicle without altering any of the suspension geometry. With a body lift you can run larger wheels and tires on your truck or Jeep.
Lower Center of Gravity – Lowered suspension lets your car sit closer to the ground and increases stability through turns or during emergency maneuvers.
More Aerodynamic – More smoother ride when you escalate speed. Less air going underneath your car reduces the wind drag.
Improved Handling – The low center of gravity provides better handling also lowering the wind resistance. Making you able to drive your car faster.
Increased Visual Appeal – Lowered cars look amazing, also it adds a great deal of visual appeal to your vehicle.
Reduced Rollover Risk – The higher a car sits the more easily it tips over. Lowering your suspension makes it less likely that when you hit a curb or hit some other obstruction that your vehicle will roll.
A few of the Lowering Kits offered by All Hustle:
- BC Racing
- Stance Suspension
- Fortune Auto