If you're ready to raise your game, take a look at our lifted trucks for sale. Our lifted Chevy dealer in Lake Wales carries a wide selection of jacked-up trucks like the lifted Silverado. When you want to go off-roading, mudding, or river fording, climb into the inventory of our 4x4 trucks for sale at Dyer Chevy Lake Wales.
Our truck dealership stocks a wide selection of lifted trucks for sale and Rocky Ridge customs. If you're looking for a lifted Chevy with a 4-inch lift kit or a jacked-up Silverado with a 2-inch level kit, get in touch with our team. You can scroll through our inventory here on our website, but nothing beats the experience of climbing into one of these rigs and experiencing the view out of the windshield in person.
When you want off-road tires and performance wheels for your lifted truck, get in touch with our parts department to discuss suspension lift kits for sale. If you’re looking for a 4-inch lift or a 6-inch Rocky Ridge Chevy K2, talk to our team about lifted trucks for sale in Florida.
To show your personality to the world, a custom truck is the way to do it. The lift kit, suspension, wheels, and badging all tell the road something about you. So, what do you want to say? The sales team members at our lifted-truck dealer in Florida are custom truck enthusiasts just like you and want to help you spec your rig to your preferences and your application.
When looking at lifted trucks for sale, the performance features you need are key to finding the best lifted Chevy for your needs. Are you looking for something that can tow heavy loads? Articulate over tree stumps? Ford rivers and climb dunes? A lifted truck gives you off-road performance, but it’s important to choose the best lifted Silverado for your needs.
Thankfully, our team is here to help. We know the ins and outs of our model lineup and can help you get into a lifted Chevy 4×4 or a Rocky Ridge Chevy XP. If you’re trying to decide if a 4-inch suspension lift kit is best or if you need a 6-inch Rocky Ridge suspension system, we can answer your questions and help you customize your custom truck to your needs.
After you pick out one of our lifted trucks for sale, it will be time to speak with our finance department about lease deals on 4×4 trucks. We offer leasing and financing plans on our entire lineup of new truck inventory. Let us know if you think it’s better to lease or finance, and we’ll put together several loan packages that meet your needs.
When shopping for a new lifted Silverado, it makes sense to wonder how lifted trucks are raised. When you lift a truck, you’re either raising the suspension or the body. The general purpose of lifting a truck is to increase the ground clearance by lifting important components that might get damaged while off-roading. Typically, these are the differential, axles, and body. When you install a body lift on your custom truck, you’re making more room for larger tires without changing the suspension height, which will, in turn, lift your truck. A suspension lift kit pushes the wheels away from the frame with longer shocks, bushings, and suspension components.
To determine if your new lifted truck will fit in your garage, there are two factors to consider: the height of your garage and the height of your new lifted truck. To help you figure this out, there is a formula for determining if your lifted Chevy will fit into your garage. Take the current height of your vehicle, add the lift kit, then add half the tire distance. This is your new overall height. If it’s less than the height of your garage, then you are good to go.
A lifted truck is a regular truck with a raised suspension or aftermarket tires that provide an extra 1–3 inches off the ground. Lifted trucks are typically used for off-roading and dunes because the additional ground clearance allows lifted trucks to traverse rugged terrain more easily and without worry that rocks might damage sensitive components and other objects.
If you plan to pull a 5th-wheel trailer, we suggest at least a half-ton pickup like the Chevy Silverado. Depending on the size of your 5th wheel, you might need the power of a three-quarter-ton truck like a Silverado HD 3500. Lifted trucks can tow a fifth wheel, depending on your truck and trailer, but aren’t the ideal tow vehicle for such an application. The raised height and center of gravity on a lifted truck can provide some issues when trying to hitch up and haul out. If you need a truck to tow your 5th wheel, take a look at our inventory of new Silverado HD trucks for sale.
Now that you know more about our selection of lifted trucks for sale and custom suspension options, you’ll want to see our inventory of lifted Silverado 4×4 trucks in person. Stop by our Florida lifted-truck dealership, and climb into one of our custom rigs today.