How much does it cost to lift a Chevy Suburban?

With a professional, you might spend between $800 to $4000. Buying and installing a lift kit might cost between $400 to $4000 if you do it yourself. If getting it done from an expert, the price can range between $800 to $12,000.

What does a 2 inch body lift do?

Body lifts raise the body of the vehicle away from the frame. This gives you room for larger tires, but you won’t have as much ground clearance as you would with a suspension lift kit, so you may have a harder time driving over rocks, trees, and other debris you might find in the wilderness.

Will a lift kit damage my truck?

Lift kits can damage your truck if they’re installed incorrectly and speed up the wear and tear process. Lift kits can also affect the steering and handling of the truck. Lift kits do offer many benefits, however.

Why is my Chevy Suburban so expensive to lift?

When Chevrolet and GMC changed from the straight axle suspension to independent front suspension, lifting your Suburban became more expensive. Maintaining proper steering geometry now requires additional components making these lift kits more complicated to install.

What are the benefits of a Chevy suburbam lift kit?

The benefit of these Chevy Suburbam lift kits are an improved ride over the earlier model straight axle pickups. Your truck will command a more aggressive stance with the combination of a suspension lift kit and larger tires.

What is a rough country lift kit for a Chevy?

Rough Country suspension lift kits for the Chevy, GMC are a non-torsion bar drop design for greater ground clearance. FREE shipping to Lower 48 states Lift your Chevy or GMC with a Traxda lift kit.

What kind of lift kit do I need for my Chevy?

Tuff Country lift kits for your Chevy, GMC offer a choice between a one-piece sub-frame (standard) or 3-piece sub-frame (strong) with crossmembers connected by a heavy duty skid plate.