Mike Sun, president of MaxTrac Suspension told us earlier this year, “Our motto is ‘lift, level, or lower.’ We can be the truck enthusiast’s one-stop shop. We offer four-wheel-drive suspension systems and have plenty of applications for popular 4×4 trucks and SUVs, but we are dominant in two-wheel-drive. That’s where we started, and that’s where we really shine. We made our name with a very popular two-wheel-drive Ram 1500 suspension system that delivers a remarkable improvement.”
It was only a matter of time before they developed a lift solution for the Ram 2500 and 3500 4WD models. Debuting these kits at the 2021 SEMA show, the company has spread its shine to the four-wheel-drive market with remarkable improvement to these suspension systems as well. “We have suspension systems for the customer who wants to lift, level, or lower their ride, whether it be two-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive,” he reiterated.
As with the previous lift products, MaxTrac Suspension works to maintain the OEM factory geometry. As Mike explained previously, the MaxTrac Suspension systems relocate the hub-bearing location, rather than the ball joint locations. “That’s where we gain our height. We’re not changing the geometry; the upper and lower ball joints remain in their relative locations,” he stated. “The hub bearing position is basically shifted within the already set range defined by the factory upper and lower ball joint distance.”
Features And Benefits
- Adjustable forged aluminum four-link control arms.
- Fox 2.0 performance shock series.
- Comfort ride linear rate front coil springs.
- 100 percent bolt-on.
- Allows for 37″ tires with 4″ lift and 38″ tires with 6″ lift.
- Powdercoated for a durable finish.
- Economy version with radius arm brackets and MaxTrax shocks available.
To find out more about MaxTrax Suspension and its line of lift, level, or lower kits, visit them online at maxtracsuspension.com.