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Lift Kits & Wheelspacers for Trucks, SUVs, and Jeeps

WHAT IS HEAVY METAL SUSPENSIONS

HEAVY METAL IS STRENGTH <p>Mild steel kits will corrode and break down over time. Our HD Carbon Steel has TWICE the tensile strength of most other manufacturers</p>
HEAVY METAL IS PRECISION <p>We use high strength carbon steel and special alloys for durability and precision CNC machining for precise fitment. All of our welds are machine programmed pulse welds so every joint has no failure points.</p>
HEAVY METAL IS QUALITY <p>Your truck has HD SPRINGS, HD ARMS, and an HD FRAME for a reason. You’re not driving a Go-Kart, you’re driving a TRUCK. Don’t sacrifice strength when heavy duty matters, HEAVY METAL is the way to go.</p>

What you get with Heavy Metal

VALUE <p>With our state of the art manufacturing techniques, Heavy Metal brings you top of the line quality and strength at a fraction of the price.</p>
SERVICE <p>We pride ourselves on providing the best service our industry can offer! Our knowledgeable staff is on hand to help with all your needs, whether it be about installing, buying, or any questions about our product.</p>
WARRANTY <p>Each of our kits come with a Heavy Metal LIFETIME WARRANTY. We <strong><em>guarantee</em></strong><strong> </strong>that all of our parts come free of manufacturer defects and we will replace any defective item or broken part free of charge.</p>

Common Questions

My Spacers are not the same thickness as the Lift Height

The lift amount and the spacer thickness will NOT be the same, in order to lift your vehicle the advertised height, it is necessary that the spacer is less than the lift amount. The suspension (lower control arm) compounds the amount of lift due to both its length and angle and that is the reason why the spacer needs to smaller than the lift amount.

I want my Truck leveled, what kit should I buy?

The best way to find out which lift kit you need is to measure from the ground to the top center of the your wheel well in the front and in the rear. Subtract the 2 numbers and that is the amount you need in order to level your truck. If you have any questions, feel free to contact our knowledgeable support staff.