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Truck and SUV modification is a completely different animal when compared to the sports car world. Adding weight is almost never a concern, and gaining ground clearance is always part of the equation unless we are talking about tail-dragging street trucks running air suspension. No matter if your goal is to tackle some serious backcountry, or simply to help your truck or SUV stand out (and up) from the crowd, a lift kit is a safe starting point. These seven kits come from some of our favorite aftermarket parts manufacturers and fit a broad range of SUVs, trucks, and of course Jeeps.
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This complete made-in-America lift kit includes longer rear shocks and is designed to fit both 2-wheel drive and 4-wheel drive lift kits. At 6.5 inches, this kit is a big one, though with the right size of wheels, it doesn't look the least bit overdone.
$500 BUY NOW
Rough Country offers a huge range of lift kits covering everything from a modest 2.5-inch lift, up to 6 or more inches of clearance. This particular kit includes all the necessary odds and ends at a modest price, and will allow you to bump up to a 33-inch tire without clearance issues.
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Lifting a Suzuki Sidekick or any of its sibling models takes an otherwise puny and sometimes-called cute SUV and turns it into a real head-turner. Due to the body's light weight, some backyard mechanics have opted for using hockey pucks as body spacers to cut down on cost, but if your Sidekick is your pride and joy and you want a quality upgrade, this is a much better option.
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The latest version of the Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon has only been around since 2015, and aftermarket companies have wasted no time in engineering great upgrades to suit the modification and off-road enthusiasts out there. This is another fully loaded kit from Rough Country that includes all the necessary components to make sure your alignment and drivetrain angles don't go out of whack once lifted.
As an added bonus, it also includes a heavy-duty skid plate to keep from incurring collateral damage when on rough terrain.
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Rize Industries ascribes to the school of "go big or go home" when it comes to lift kits, and their kits will give your Ford, Chevy, or Dodge some serious height — so much so that each kit is designed to clear 35-, 37-, and even 40-inch off-road tires. This kit for Ford Super Duty comes in 6-, 8-, and 12-inch lift configurations, so you can set yourself up as the tallest ride on the block.
$155 BUY NOW
This kit, designed for the 1995-2004 Tacoma, is the most budget-friendly of the pack — in part due to its modest height increase of 3 inches at the front and 2 at the back. This small change doesn't require the swap-out of shocks or the addition of additional components the way a 4-to-6-inch lift does.
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With shocks by Bilstein and built of components made right here in the U.S., Superlift offers a kit that doesn't cut any corners. Radius and Pitman arm drops, as well as a relocation of your truck's track bar, means your Ram will still handle reasonably on the open road even though it's standing a fair bit taller.
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The Nissan Titan truck is still nowhere near as popular as American mainstays like the Ford F-150 or Chevrolet Silverado, so hunting for a lift kit doesn't reveal nearly as many options. Thankfully, Fabtech's kit is a good (and well-reviewed) one that provides a 6-inch lift while still maintaining the use of the truck's original upper control arms. In the case of many other lift kits, more suspension arms require replacement with aftermarket parts to make the suspension geometry work.
$1,760 BUY NOW
Rancho is a household name when it comes to off-road suspension setups. The brand has been in business for ages and has sponsored all sorts of teams and events throughout the off-road realm. This 4-inch lift kit once again provides all the necessary odds and ends, and will allow for the fitment of 35-inch mud tires once all is said and done.