Originate Your Car by Handpicking Shocks Based on the Way You Drive

Upgrading your truck until it becomes the rig of your dreams can be a satisfying, fun-filled, frustrating, time-consuming journey. Choosing the right parts can be tough. Personalizing the equipment so that it matches the application and the way you drive takes some research. Here are a few tips on picking lift kits for trucks that can improve performance and offer a satisfying ride.

Originate Your Car by Handpicking Shocks Based on the Way You Drive

Lift Kits 

Driving style and personal preference define which kit will fit your needs the best. What works best for someone else, may not be appropriate for you. Think about where your rig will be most of the time. If you enjoy trails and a soft ride, choose a kit with soft-valved shocks and low spring rates. If you haul heavy gear or take street corners aggressively, firmer lifted truck shocks and springs will give you the performance you need.

For high-speed, off-road straightaways, consider upgrading with a kit that has by-pass or monotube-style shocks. These allow for increased wheel travel. Lifts from .75 to 1.75-inches are ideal for the street and light off-roading. For extreme conditions and oversized tires, lifts higher than 2-inches perform better.

Winches 

Winches not only give your off-road beast a fierce look, but they are also essential for self-rescues. When deciding between hydraulic and electric, consider how it will be used and how often. Electric winches drain the battery quickly, so they are appropriate for quick or light use. A hydraulic winch is powerful and durable. It can withstand big jobs and doesn’t need the truck to be running to operate. 

Winches not only give your off-road beast a fierce look, but they are also essential for self-rescues. When deciding between hydraulic and electric, consider how it will be used and how often. Electric winches drain the battery quickly, so they are appropriate for quick or light use. A hydraulic winch is powerful and durable. It can withstand big jobs and doesn’t need the truck to be running to operate.  

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