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Jeep J10 Parts And Jeep J10 Accessories

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  • Jeep J10: The Truth about Body Lift, Suspension Lift, and Leveling

    This old-fashioned pick-up truck is a classic, a rare piece of gem for Jeep enthusiasts and truck lovers. If you\'re driving a Jeep J10 or in the process of customizing or upgrading this pickup, one of the best ways to modify this Jeep is to have the truck lifted. Lifting the Jeep truck will give you a higher ground clearance and will allow you to fit in larger tires. The lift will alter not just its appearance but also its performance. When lifting a vehicle, these are some of the options to consider:

    Body lift

    The body lift kit increases the ride height through spacers that are placed between the cab and the bed of the truck. The lift raises the auto body. However, the suspension, wheels, and chassis will still be at the same level to the ground. With the body lift, some alterations may be required. Some kits will have you lift the bumpers to be level with the new height of the auto body or will have you lower the radiator shroud. The body lift can raise the vehicle up to 3 inches maximum. This modification wouldn\'t have a drastic effect on ride quality as it still retains the factory suspension geometry. This doesn\'t offer any advantage to performance but mostly higher tire clearance. Another downside to this can be the gap or opening that it leaves between the frame and the cab or bed, though this can be fixed using gap guards or even tubular side steps to enhance the side frame\'s profile.

    Suspension lift

    The suspension lift offers better clearance. The increase in ride height is higher than what the body lift can provide. The suspension lift kit allows more clearance by spacing down the stock suspension. The chassis can also be raised significantly by altering the suspension using new components. The kit may include longer coil springs, torsion bar keys, taller leaf springs, subframe relocators, coil spring spacers, coilover shocks, and suspension links, among other things. This lift can enhance suspension on the off-road. It also comes in a wide range of options, from simpler modifications to more complex setups. Depending on the kit, ride quality can become stiff. However, some do prefer the truck-like ride.

    Lifting vs. Leveling

    Using spring spacers or torsion keys, a leveling kit raises the front of the truck so that it will have the same height as the rear. The height increase offered by the kit is 1 to 2 inches to the front. To retain the stance, the level kit may be used along with spacer blocks on the rear leaf springs to raise all sides. The leveling kit is best for trucks that are used for towing, daily driving, sled pulling, and on the off-road, while the lift kit is the best option when the vehicle is driven in deep mud, sand, and snow and for better styling and much better ground clearance. The lift kit offers bigger height increase, from 2 to 10 inches, and can fit in much larger tires. This kit is much more complex and comprehensive as it may involve modified suspension parts and can include not just new springs but also control arms and shocks and may require bent brake lines and new driveshafts in the case of larger lift kits.