T6 Billet Front Leveling kit with 2.25" Front Vehicle Lift by ReadyLIFT®. Installation Time: 3-3.5 hours. Finish: Red. Lift the front suspension of your coil-spring pickup truck an inch and a half or two full inches by installing these spacers above the springs. Level your truck's appearance, and make room for moderately larger wheels and tires.
- Simple installation
- CNC-machined aluminum alloy
- Choice of anodizing color
- Restores level stance to nose-down trucks
- Lifts front end to compensate for weight of plow or winch
- Adds ground clearance
- Lifetime Warranty
Does your pickup truck have a nose-down slant? Does it look like coonhound snuffling the ground on a trail? Tired of your bumper catching on debris or rocks on construction sites or off-road trails? Sure, you understand that adding a big tubular bumper, a winch or a plow might make your front end look like it's dragging - but that nose-down droopy attitude is all too common even on new pickups. Or maybe you want to install a set of larger tires, and there's not quite enough room to clear the fender. It's a simple task to raise the front end a couple of inches and even things out, without affecting the factory ride, or wearing the front tires, suspension and drivetrain prematurely.
These billet aluminum spacers are actually more than spacers - they replace the OEM stamped steel upper strut assembly, except they're longer. A mild lift of only 2.5" or less shouldn't require any other suspension work. Choose the color of the anodizing to blend in or stand out. They'll never fail. Installation should only take an hour or two, and won't require spring compressors, so all you'll need is a jack and simple hand tools. Some 4WD applications also include a drop spacer kit for leveling the differential.
Henderson NV is smack in the middle of a lot of off-roading activity. That's where ReadyLIFT is based, in order to be close to their customers and their needs. About 12 years ago, ReadyLIFT founder and CEO Scott Poncher realized that there was a market for people who wanted to lift their trucks only a few inches, not the six inches or more that most lift kits were set up to do. A few inches were enough to make the truck's stance level (instead of drooped down in front, as seems to be common today), or to accommodate slightly larger wheels and tires. There was no option for these customers that didn't raise the truck more than necessary, was easy to install and reasonably priced. And so ReadyLIFT was born to bring a line of reasonably-priced, but still highly-engineered and well-made moderate-rise lift kits to market.