- Will your lift spindles fit my 4wd vehicle?
- Will my truck sit level after installing a Maxtrac Suspension lift kit?
- Will my stock wheels work with the product/kit I want?
- What are your alignment specs?
- I would like to get a price quote for one of your products
- I just installed one of your kits and cannot get my truck into proper alignment specs, what should I do?
No. A 4wd truck with IFS (independent front suspension) has front axles that attach to the differential at one end and run through the wheel bearing on the spindle at the other end. Our 3”, 3.5”, 4”, 4.5” or 5” lift spindles achieve their height by relocating the wheel bearings down the body of the spindle. After the wheel bearing is relocated down on the spindle, it now sits directly in front of the lower control arm. If these spindles were put onto a 4wd truck, the front axle would now be running directly through the middle of the lower control arm making it physically impossible to install.
Most of our lift kits are designed to get your truck sitting as close to level as possible once installed. The amount of rake each truck has from the factory varies though and some trucks may need more or less lift front and rear to sit level. We recommend measuring your vehicle’s stock rake angle to know exactly how much lift will be necessary for a level stance.
This will vary per application. Please look under the specifications section of the product in question for wheel & tire specs.
Alignment specs are always recommended to be as close to factory as possible.
Unfortunately, we do not sell retail to the public. Please use our dealer locator page to find either a local dealer or check out our list of online retailers.
Q: I just installed one of your kits and cannot get my truck into proper alignment specs, what should I do?
Please contact Max Trac tech support at (844) 535-1668 M-F 8am-5pm pacific time.