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How to Choose a Lift Kit for your Vehicle?

There are many reasons to install a lift kit, looking for more ground clearance, enhance off road performance, more stability and control, upgrading to larger tyre size and more aggressive stance.
However, before installing a lift kit, it is important to do your research and look for various types and brands to understand if this is something you really want. Though it comes with several benefits, but installing a lift kit has also has some cones, for instance, it decreases the fuel mileage; reduced level of comfort. With these cons, it becomes even more important to take them into consideration and take a wise decision.

The Size of the Lift Kit

If, after considering all the pros and cons you still want to go ahead with a set of lift kit, then the second step is to determine the size of the lift kit. Lift kits are available in various sizes, ranging from two inches to a seven inch lift kit (not legal on our AUSTRALIAN roads). The smaller lift kit will allow you to add more space to wheels and tyres and improve the ground clearance, while the larger kit will be bit expensive and require the modification of other parts. As we go higher with the lift kit stability of a vehicle decreases considerably.

Look for other Options

Rather than sticking to one brand, you should research for all the brands and lift kits that are available on the market and suit your budget. Keep the major reason for installing the lift kit in your mind and try not to buy something that costs you more. Each lift kit is known for its own requirement. So, it is important to consider the model of your vehicle and choose the lift kit that perfectly suits your needs. Several manufacturers are out there in the market – so take the time to thoroughly search and consider the benefits that everyone has to offer.

Consult a Suspension Expert

If you are someone who loves to drive off-road, you'll probably have a rough idea about the type of lift kit you're already interested in. However, if you're new to it and have no idea about the lift kits, you can take the suggestions from an experienced suspension expert. So, whenever you're in doubt, make sure to ask an experienced person, as he/she would be able to recommend you a lift kit that suits your requirement the most. visit here.

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Disclaimer: Modifying a vehicle to change the suspension height from the original showroom specification may render the vehicle illegal for use on public roads. Please check the regulations applicable in your jurisdiction before fitting these kits. Excessive height change may also severely limit your vehicle’s suspension travel and could compromise the safety of the vehicle and its occupants. All products displayed on this web site are for off road use only. We recommend checking with the transport authority in your state and obtaining an engineer’s report for all modifications that are carried out. It is also in your best interest to check with your insurance company that they will still cover your vehicle for any modification you intend on performing. We suggest you fully understand all modifications that may be required before purchasing any of our products. If there is any other information on a product you require before purchase please contact Perfect Lift Suspensions. It is the responsibility of the purchaser; installer and end user to make sure any modifications being carried out are to the guidelines of their states motor traffic authority. M3 Engineering Systems Pty Ltd T/A PERFECT LIFT Suspensions take no responsibility for any damage or injury to vehicles, property or persons whilst using any of the products or information from this website.