September 2011

Trucks & SUVs In Need of a Leveling Kit

by trevor on September 13, 2011

The Problem

The logic behind the rear end of a stock truck sitting about 2” higher than the front end is that when you’re carrying a load in your truck bed, the truck will sit level… Sure, this makes sense, but if you’re riding empty, your truck is left in a permanent nose-dive.

The Solution

The most effective solution is a Truck or SUV Leveling Kit. These will solve the nose-dive problem and are left with a level truck allowing room for larger tires without altering your factory ride. Brilliant, right!? And then if you decide you do need some extra load capacity, a set of suspension air bags by Firestone will solve your problem again allowing you to ride level all the time. For most applications the installation is a simple process. The most common methods are either coil / strut spacers or torsion bar keys (depending on the vehicles suspension).

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This isn’t something I’d normally write about since it’s difficult to get real excited about something like a trailer hitch. But, The Diveri-Tech adjustable ball mount is truly a cool product and worth taking a look at.

Convenience & Ease of Use:

It’s made of aircraft grade aluminum, the design is simple and I was able to easily adjust the height to keep my trailer parallel to the ground. So it works with different trailers & receiver hitches and can adapt to the weight of the load you’re carrying.
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If you’re like me when it comes to keeping your vehicle clean, almost obsessively, this review could be beneficial. When thinking about accessories that keep your vehicle clean and tidy, Weather Floor Liners are the first product to come to mind.

Digital Fit:
I’ve used WeatherTech floor liners on a few different vehicles and the one thing that’s really stuck out and made me a repeat customer is how perfect they fit. Offered in black, tan and gray, they’re digitally cut with precision. They don’t even budge, let alone slip or slide around.  

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