Suspension

When it comes to suspensions for off-roading, trucks and SUVs have the advantage. A good suspension system can provide a smooth ride on the roughest terrain, while also providing the stability and control you need when traversing obstacles.

There are a variety of different suspensions systems available for trucks and SUVs, so it’s important to do research and choose the suspension that best fits your needs. Whether you’re looking for a simple lift, or something more advanced like coil overs, we’ve got it all.

Suspension systems for vehicles typically come in two varieties: the leaf spring system (traditional) and the coil spring system (modern). A good leaf spring system can provide a smooth ride on the roughest terrain, while also providing the stability and control you need when traversing obstacles.

Leaf springs are made up of a series of metal leaves that are sandwiched between two spring plates. The leaves are bolted to the spring plate and the axle, which helps to distribute the weight of the vehicle evenly. This type of suspension system is very common in trucks and SUVs, and is ideal for off-roading.

Coil springs are made up of a series of metal coils that are wrapped around a central bolt. The coils are attached to the frame of the vehicle and the axle, which helps to distribute the weight of the vehicle evenly. This type of suspension system is very common in cars, but there are a few manufactures that offer coil over kits for trucks and SUVs.

When deciding on which suspension system you would like for your truck or SUV, it’s important to understand how leaf springs work, their advantages and disadvantages, what you can do to upgrade them, and how they compare to coil spring systems.

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