What Is A Lifted Truck Omaha, NE

2020 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD Crew Cab on a Work Site

Pickup trucks are already large vehicles, but many drivers like to add a little extra height to their vehicle’s appearance with a lift kit. When dealerships are officially-recognized upfitters, this means that they’ve been trained to OEM standards when it comes to upgrading your pickup truck to new heights with officially made lift kits that take all the headache and inconvenience out of custom, third-party work.

Lift kits are engineered so that they will raise your truck without affecting its performance. There are two different kinds of lift kits: body lift kits and suspension lift kits. A body lift kit will retain the original alignment of the vehicle’s suspension while offering more ground clearance and allowing for bigger tires. A suspension lift kit will actually raise the mechanical workings of the pickup truck, which not only allows for even more ground clearance without the limitations of the body kit, but also improves off-road performance.

A lifted truck has many advantages. Their improved ground clearance means that they have even more capability when it comes to handling obstacles, whether on- or off-road, summer or winter. They also definitely turn heads when you’re driving on the road. However, they’re also a commitment, and it’s a good idea to have a dedicated service team that knows how to deal with lifted trucks, especially if you opt for a suspension lift kit. Upfitting your truck often comes with all-new parts, from shocks and springs to bigger wheels.

When you opt for a lifted truck, you’ll need a mechanic that knows what they’re doing. At Huber Chevrolet Co., Inc., we not only have lift kits available to customers but also a dedicated and trained service team that knows how to install lift kits and service lifted pickup trucks. You need someone who will care for and certify your lifted truck to ensure that it’s street-legal and will last for a long time.

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