You may be thinking about lifting your Jeep to increase ground clearance or to just have more fun while driving. Here are a few things you should know before choosing a Jeep Gladiator Lift or purchasing any other lift kit.
Think about why you want to purchase a lift kit. This will determine the type of kit you need. Also, it will play a role in how much work you have to do to get your vehicle ready for the Jeep Gladiator Lift or other kit to be installed. Some kits can be installed without changing the tires, suspension, or other parts. In other situations, you will need to do extensive work before the kit can be installed.
You also want to do some research to be sure that you only work with manufacturers that offer products that are well-engineered and are of the highest quality. You may need to look around to find something that fits into your budget.
There are a few basic options for Jeep owners who would like to lift their vehicle by just a few inches for cosmetic purposes. For example, a body lift is an inexpensive and simple way to lift the Jeep about an inch or two. No other work will need to be done on the Jeep. Coil spring spacers can also be used for making a Jeep look higher.
For those who want several inches of lift, going with a short arm or long arm lift kit can be beneficial. However, you must find out how much work will need to be done on the vehicle to make it compatible with these kits.