At Patriot Auto Group, we offer a wide range of new and used Chevrolet, Buick, and GMC models. However, sometimes you’re just looking to boost your off-road game. One key way to do this is with a lift kit, so when you’re looking for a lift kit install, Patriot Auto Group is your go-to source.

Here’s an overview of what you need to know about our lift kits.

Why Would You Need a Lift Kit Install?

There are plenty of reasons you’d want a lift kit to enhance your truck’s off-roading prowess. You might want to install larger tires. You may need a higher ground clearance when entering uncharted territory.

There are three types of lift kits available, and it’s a good idea to get acquainted with them before making a final decision. Let’s take a quick look at each.

Leveling Kits

Leveling kits are designed to work in tandem with your factory-original parts. These are easier on your wallet and simpler to install than the others, but you also won’t get too far off the ground.

Expect just an inch or two of clearance, but a smoother ride, utilizing your factory shocks.

Coil-over Kits

Coil-overs are a bit more expensive, but you’ll get some significant lift out of them: around two or three inches. They have bigger shock bodies and more fluid. You’ll get better compression and rebound damping control.

You won’t have the giant tires you maybe want at this price point, but your suspension will likely work much better as your venture off the road than the other options.

Drop Down Kits

Looking to get those monster wheels and lift everything higher than three inches? A drop down lift kit install is your only avenue. These do just what they say: drop down the lower cross members and connect to the factory A-arms with a longer spindle.

You can get up to six inches of lift and clear big 35-inch tires, depending on the vehicle.

Find out more about available lift kits and call the Patriot Auto Group parts center today.