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Many drivers understand that when you need an extremely capable and off-road-ready vehicle, one of the best options you can choose is a Ford F-150. Ford F-150 trucks are known for their legendary versatility and are a great choice for many adventures. However, are you looking to add extra ground clearance and capabilities to your F-150? You’ve come to the right place. At Trucks Only, not only do we have a comprehensive selection of custom and lifted trucks for you to choose from, but we’re also experts on all things truck and automotive-related.
That means we can help you find the right part or accessory to customize and lift your truck, as well as help you with your lifted truck research. Learn more about Ford F-150 leveling kits and Ford F-150 lift kits with our experts today to see which option is right for you.
Many F-150 owners might be interested in adding extra ground clearance or room for larger tires in their trucks. With the extra clearance and space for bigger tires, you’ll be able to able to go further down the road less traveled on around . One of the best ways to add this extra level of versatility is by lifting your Ford F-150. During your research, you’ll often notice there are two options to lift your F-150; a Ford lift kit or leveling kit.
Differentiating between Ford lift kits and leveling kits can get confusing but fortunately, we’re here to help you compare the two. Let’s take a look at the distinctions between Ford F-150 lift kits and Ford F-150 leveling kits below:
So, you know the difference between the usability of lift kits and leveling kits, but what are their costs? Leveling kits are the more inexpensive option between the two and can range anywhere from $100 to $250, but keep in mind that costs can vary. Leveling kits can be easier to install if you’re handy and regularly DIY many automotive projects.
On the other hand, lift kits can range anywhere from $1,000 to $4,000 and sometimes even more. Lift kits have more customization options based on the ride quality or ride height you prefer to have on your Ford F-150. Lift kits usually require professional installation so make sure you visit your local service center near if you need assistance with installation.
At Trucks Only, we are the go-to dealership for those in the Mesa area who need truck advice. In fact, we’re so knowledgeable that many of our customers come from all across the region to visit us. If you have any questions about ways to add ground clearance to your Ford-150 or any other concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us for assistance. Take a look at our guide for lifting a truck for any make or model. While you’re here, review our Trucks Only podcast for all things truck and automotive related!
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