FAQ

  1. How big of a tire and wheel can I fit on my Toyota, Lexus or Jeep?
  2. What is the difference between a leveling kit and a lift kit?
  3. Does my vehicle need a differential drop?
  4. Will I need an alignment after leveling or lifting my truck?
  5. Will the installation of a lift Void my warranty?

Q: How big of a tire and wheel can I fit on my Toyota, Lexus or Jeep?

This is a question we get daily. It is hard to guarantee fitment as each vehicle can sit a little different after suspension modification. Offset of your wheels is key to fitting a larger tire on your vehicle. Give us a call to discuss wheel and tire sizes and what will fit or what will require trimming or modification. We never guarantee wheel/tire fitment.

Q: What is the difference between a leveling kit and a lift kit?

Typically a leveling kit will come with front suspension components only, bringing the front of the vehicle up level with the rear of the truck. Most lift kits will have front and rear lift components and will lift and level the vehicle

Q: Does my vehicle need a differential drop?

This is a very common question that depends on the vehicle and how much front lift you have on it. Our recommendation is to give us a call so we can recommend the proper setup to ensure there are no CV axle concerns due to the height of the lift and vehicle requirements

Q: Will I need an alignment after leveling or lifting my truck?

Anytime you touch suspension components with upgrades or replacements, alignment is a must.

Q: Will the installation of a lift Void my warranty?

Installing a lift or aftermarket parts does not necessarily void a warranty. Refer to the Coverage on any part that is proven to be damaged as the result of a lift or any condition caused by the install of a lift can be denied for coverage. Check with your Toyota, Lexus or Jeep dealer to confirm. Please refer to your dealer and reference the Magnuson–Moss Warranty Act. We cannot guarantee that a vehicle manufacturer will not void warranties.