A lot of our Cache County customers can tell you that there’s nothing like going off-road while behind the wheel of one of our rugged custom used trucks that has been lifted. But how much is it to lift a truck? What if you want to tackle the job on your own? How much does it cost to lift a truck when you do it yourself? The team at Mountain West Motor is here to help you make the most out of your purchase, so that you don’t have to worry about getting your truck lifted, and instead you can start tearing up the trails in the Cache Valley.
Are you pretty handy in the garage, and think you might like to save a few bucks by taking this job on yourself? Some of our more mechanically-inclined customers have chosen to do this and were able to lift their trucks successfully. How much does it cost to lift a truck when you do it yourself? That depends on which kind of kit you choose to buy. This is how the costs of each type break out:
The cost of getting a truck lifted at a Box Elder County repair shop can vary based on the make and model of the truck, what kind of lift kit is used, and the kind of setup you want. So, how much is it to lift a truck? It can cost anywhere from $800 to $8,000, depending on the factors above. Several drivers have found it to be worth the cost of having a professional do it, as lifting a truck can get complicated.
So, how do you know which kind of lift kit to use on your truck? If you’re lifting your truck yourself, we strongly recommend that you stick to body lift kits, as they are far less complex than suspension lifts. Suspension lifts, on the other hand, can lift your truck higher than a body kit, but are also the more expensive option. Here are the details about each type that Weber County drivers can expect:
Are you thinking about getting your truck lifted? Then Mountain West Motor has your back. Our team know trucks inside and out, and we can not only get you behind the wheel of a used truck that you’re going to love, but we’ll help you get it kitted out like only true truck guys can. So if you’re ready to tear up the Cache Valley and all over UT, then contact us today and we’ll help you today.
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