Have you ever wanted a lifted truck? It's like a monster truck but more manageable, and you don't necessarily have to compete in an arena (though, who's stopping you?). You may think that a lifted truck is solely for the sake of glamor, but adding a lift to your truck can be a huge asset depending on the kind of trucking you're taking up. Adding a lift increases your off-road capability, allows for bigger tires, and gives you better access to your truck's underbody. So, it's not necessarily just a glamorous move; it actually provides huge benefits to truckers needing to do heavier-duty work.
"Wow, this sounds great! How do I find a lifted truck?" Right here at Rick Hendrick Buick GMC Duluth, you can find a great selection of used lifted trucks for sale! Buying one of these capable machines is not as hard as it seems, and you can drive out of our lot with a lift kit already installed. Whether you're looking for a bright and shiny monster truck or a rough and tumble work truck, there's a lifted truck waiting for you in our inventory.
Finding a truck with a lift is not as difficult as it may seem. There is a whole market of drivers out there seeking lifted trucks, meaning there are all kinds of lifted trucks designed to appeal to that market. Not all lifts are completely obvious at first sight; you will see monster-looking trucks with extreme lifts, but many trucks are lifted just enough to give them a little extra height. You can find used lifted trucks from all your favorite brands and models, including a pre-owned GMC Sierra, Chevy Silverado, Jeep Gladiator, and anything else you can think of.
A fair question for those of you who may be less familiar with the idea is, "what's the point of a lifted truck?" Well, on the most practical level, it gives you a taller ride, allowing you to have a better view of the road or the work site. But more importantly, a lifted truck is ideal for those who do a fair amount of off-road driving because the ground clearance is significantly higher than a standard truck. If you need to clear boulders or other significant obstacles, your front bumper will be taking the brunt of those obstructions in a standard truck, but with a lift, you can clear them much more easily and without worry.
Lifted trucks are especially fitting for those who do heavy-duty work on job sites set in more dynamic terrains. If you think you're in the market for a truck with a little extra height, then we can get you set up. However, you don't necessarily have to worry about finding the "right" lifted truck because any used truck can be lifted. Some may be better candidates for a lift than others, and we can help you determine your best bets, but ultimately you should focus on deciding which truck appeals most to you, and then we can discuss the details of lifting it.
The idea of a lifted truck might sound great, but a big (and fair) objection might be the money involved. The idea of buying a new truck with a lift might sound insurmountable. But we have great news for you: used trucks can be lifted.
Every now and then, you'll come across a used lifted truck for sale in our inventory. That's great and saves some of the work involved! But if you find the used truck that best suits you and it doesn't have a lift yet, we can get it lifted for you! We're able to install lifts on used trucks so that you can save money, get everything taken care of in one go, and then be on your way in your lifted truck. If you choose to go this route, there are typically two types of lifts for you to choose from: a body lift and a suspension lift.
When it comes to a body lift, the ride height is increased while the suspension height remains the same. Essentially, the whole body is lifted away from the frame. With a suspension lift, your suspension height will, of course, not remain the same because the wheels are pushed down from the frame in order to increase ride height. Opting for a suspension lift requires longer springs, shocks, and other components, depending on the size of the lift.
There's no right or wrong answer, but it does depend on the type of trucking you're planning to do. If you're looking for a less-noticeable lift that has you sitting a little bit higher, then a body lift will likely cost less while giving you everything you need. But, if you're really looking to brave the elements, add bigger tires, and have a lifted truck that stands out, then a suspension lift is what you'll need. Whichever kind you decide is best, we'll take care of it for you. So come on in, find your used truck, and let us get it lifted for you.
Here at Rick Hendrick Buick GMC Duluth, we believe in taking care of you for the long haul. Too many dealerships try to squeeze a sale out of you and then get you out the door as soon as they have your money. However, we want to take care of your needs even after you've driven off in your newly-purchased vehicle. We don't want you to hold back about letting us know what you need and want because it's our job to make sure that you're well taken care of!
If you find a used truck that you think is almost perfect for you but really want it lifted, just let us know, and we'll install a lift kit for you. We don't want our dealership to be the place that you come to just to buy a truck; we want it to be your home for all of your automotive needs, whether it's a simple question, help with auto financing options, or vehicle upgrades. We've got someone to help you with it all!