Performance Self-Leveling Suspension

Increase your comfort and safety by adding self-leveling suspension

Most trucks and SUVs come from the factory with the rear that is about a couple of inches higher than the front. However, a vehicle with a nose-down stance may not be that attractive to some drivers. Fortunately, everyone can compensate for this angle by means of a proper leveling kit. This nice aftermarket product helps you ensure the correct position of the vehicle and even optimize its performance.

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The leveling kit is actually a type of suspension lift kit that usually adds a few extra inches to the vehicle's front. Mind that leveling kits shouldn't be confused with complete suspension lift kits, which serve a different purpose. There are several different types of leveling kits and all of them are equally effective if used for the intended purpose. Depending on your vehicle application, you can choose from strut extensions, coil spacers, and torsion keys.

As a rule, a good leveling kit is made of parts that are forged steel or billet aluminum. Strut extensions are intended for vehicles utilizing a coilover strut for their front suspension. The strut extension is installed on the top of the coilover strut, raising the vehicle's height to the required level. Coil spacers function similarly to strut extensions, though, the spacers are added to the top of the coil spring buckets. Some vehicles may require torsion keys that allow you to create a lift by simply manipulating a vehicle's torsion bar.

Almost all full-size trucks and SUVs accept larger tires, which is great unless you're going to put the vehicle in motion. Once you decide to try them out, those big tires will rub on the fenders, especially when turning. Also, don't forget that many aftermarket wheels are wider than the OE ones. So, one way or another, you need a leveling kit for customizing your vehicle. When considering a kit, consult with the professionals who will advise you on the type and style that is the best for your vehicle.

Well, suppose you've already bought a leveling kit. The question is, what are you going to do next? In other words, how are you going to install it: on your own or seek someone's help? If you install the kit in your garage, then you should have at least a floor jack and jack stands, or a floor jack and hydraulic lift. And do remember that if the kit is installed improperly, the likelihood of an accident or breakdown will increase. So, think twice before going with a do-it-yourself decision.

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2013 Ford F-250
| Posted by | (Cornelius, OR)

2013 ford f 250 diesel 4x4 4" lift do your homework before buying with a lift they don't just bolt on spacers required but how much ? talked with firestone tech and many others got all different answers, so I just figured it out. work good used splitter so only one valve, leveling issues do two we will see how it does on a hoist for an oil change.

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