Tim's Trim - Suspension

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Lift Kits: Lift kits raise the body of the truck higher off the ground, providing more clearance for off-road driving and larger tires. There are various types of lift kits, including spacer lifts, suspension lifts, and body lifts.

Shock Absorbers: Upgrading to high-performance shock absorbers can improve the truck’s ability to absorb bumps and maintain stability, especially when carrying heavy loads or driving off-road. Options include monotube, twin-tube, and remote-reservoir shocks.

Coilovers: Coilover suspension systems combine a coil spring and shock absorber into one unit. They offer adjustable ride height and damping settings, allowing for fine-tuning to match specific driving conditions and preferences.

Leaf Springs: Replacing stock leaf springs with heavy-duty or progressive-rate springs can improve load-carrying capacity and towing stability. Upgraded leaf springs are also available for off-road use, providing better articulation and durability.

Sway Bars: Adding thicker or adjustable sway bars can reduce body roll during cornering and improve overall handling. This upgrade is particularly beneficial for trucks used for towing or hauling heavy loads.

Control Arms and Trailing Arms: Upgrading to stronger or adjustable control arms and trailing arms can enhance suspension geometry, allowing for better wheel alignment and improved handling characteristics, especially on lifted trucks.

Air Suspension: Air suspension systems use air springs instead of traditional coil or leaf springs. They provide adjustable ride height and load leveling capabilities, making them ideal for towing and hauling applications.

Bushing Upgrades: Upgrading to polyurethane or spherical bushings can improve suspension responsiveness and reduce flex, enhancing overall handling precision.

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