A Simple Weekend Project for Every Skill Level
Most truck enthusiasts daydream about metal grinding and TIG welding on custom hotrods. The reality TV shows tease a fantasy life of doing what you love on some of the sweetest trucks on the planet, but we all know that most of us will never reach the level of craftsmanship that is exhibited on these shows.
But that doesn’t mean you can’t spend a weekend working on your own truck in your driveway with some basic tools and a few cold drinks, right? Attention to detail and clean, satisfying work can be achieved with simple tasks if you take your time and follow the instructions. And thanks to the engineers at MaxTrac suspension, all the parts are ready with no custom fabricating necessary!
Sure, we could throw a 6- or 8-inch suspension system on this ’16 Ford F-150, but this is a dad truck that is being used every day by a family man and blue-collar worker. To avoid bigger step bars or jumping into the truck, the owner decided on a simple leveling kit for the front of the truck only. MaxTrac Suspension provides extremely high-quality fabricated strut spacers made from quarter-inch steel, stamped top plates and standardized hardware across all applications. MaxTrac knows that the leveling market is highly competitive, and the company’s parts are some of the best in the industry in quality and pricing. To fill the new additional wheelwell gap, we will bolt up a set of 20×12 Pure Grit PG101 wheels wrapped in 305-50-20 Nitto Ridge Grappler tires. A simple project for a simple purpose, looks and a little lift!