Lift the front end, body or entire Ford F150 with a kit from Suspension Connection. We have nice solutions like suspension lift kits, body lift kits, leveling kits, add-a-leafs and more to lift your Ford F150. By great manufactures like Tuff Country Suspension, Daystar, Performance Accessories & more.
Lift Kit Buying Guide:
F150 Lift Kits 101:
Since 1973 the Ford F150 has been a hugely popular truck. Alway a popular truck to lift it's suspension has evolved over the years from a simple coil spring suspension to a more complicated, but better riding IFS suspension. Suspension Connection offers lift kits for the Ford F150 dating back to the earliest of models to the most current.
Ford F150 Suspension Lift Kits: Ranging from 2" ift Kits to high end 6" Lift Kits there is size to suit everyones taste. Our 2" lift kits are a very popular option for the new models using upper coil spacers and a block or add-a-leafs in the rear. Most are simple to install, not requiring special tools
Ford F150 Leveling Kits: Ford F150 trucks like most trucks sit slightly higher in the rear. While many prefer this look, others like the F150 to have a level ride. A leveling kit poses a great solution to this and is a great way to add clearance for larger tires. Most kits install fairly easily using the same type of coil / strut spacers used in taller lift kits.
Ford F150 Body Lifts: Body lift kits are an alternative to a suspension lift kit. Made up of 10 to 14 blocks along with extended bolts and hardware, a body lift kit will raise a Ford F150 by suspending the body alone above the frame. Price economically, body lift kits are good option for someone wanting to keep a factory ride.
Ford F150 Lift blocks & Block Kits: A Block Kit lifts the rear of your Ford F150 by inserting a block between the factory rear leaf springs and the axle.
Ford F150 Add A Leafs: Add-a-leafs are a great solution for a F150 owner looking to slightly lift the rear of his or her vehicle. These kits install a leaf into the existing leaf springs which adds additional arch to the spring. This will lift the F150 while giving a small amount of additional weight capacity.