Are you looking for lift kit installation near me?

Having you been searching for a lift kit or leveling kit professionally installed in Saint John, Dyer, Schererville, Cedar Lake, or Crown Point? Your search has ended and you’ve found your professional experts.

You’ve found the best place. 

Many Jeep and Truck owners know their vehicle is an expression of themselves. Scott’s U-Save has the proper ASE technicians to properly install lift kits and leveling kits on Jeeps, Dodge and Ram Trucks, Ford F-150s and up, GMC Trucks, and Chevy Trucks.

If you’re looking to get a lift kit or leveling kit professionally installed in Saint John, Dyer, Schererville, Cedar Lake, or Crown Point you have found your professional experts.

At Scott’s U-Save Tires & Auto Repair we pride ourselves on expert lift kit and leveling kit installation to give our customers the best rides in Northwest Indiana. Our custom builds look like they’ve come straight out of your dreams no matter if it’s a truck, Jeep, SUV or car. 
No matter how you use your vehicle we can help. But it for work, play or a little bit of both we can provide the exact look and feel you desire.

Scott’s U-Save has been serving the Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana areas specializing in custom trucks, custom Jeeps, SUVs, and 4×4 vehicle conversions. 

What makes Scott’s U-Save in Schererville, IN unique is that we not only can provide the custom lift and leveling kit but we offer all tire brands and wheels. No matter the look, we have you covered. We specialize in the following off-road tires:
Mickey Thompson, Nitto, BFGoodrich, Pirelli, General, Cooper, Toyo, Atturo, and Hankook. Plus, we get three delivers per day from 30+ tire brands. 

Top Reasons to use Scott’s U-Save in Schererville, IN for your lift kit and leveling kit installation:

  1. Only quality certified mechanics
  2. Professional manufacturer recommended installation
  3. Parts in stock or readily available
  4. No - Interest Financing available
  5. Top Rated on Google and Facebook

Types of Suspension Lift Kits:

  • Lifted Spring Suspension:
    Scott’s U-Save in Schererville, IN mostly recommends this style of lifts. As well, this is a very common style of lift because it is budget friendly and keeps the vehicle riding comfortably. A lifted spring style allows for larger tires and wheels which can give a truck or Jeep the look you want.
  • Coil Suspension Lift Kits:
    Stepping up from the Spring suspension puts you into a very comfortable
  • Shackle Suspension Lift Kits:
    As probably the most affordable way to add inches to your rig, Shackle Suspension Lift Kits are primarily for the truck enthusiast looking to add larger tires, yet are not intending to do much hardcore off-roading. Moderation is recommended with these truck lift kits, as Shackle systems are known to affect steering and sway control.
  • Shackle Reverse (S/R) Suspension Lift Kits:
    Shackle reverse truck lift kits are designed to provide a smooth ride upon mild terrains such as forest roads, dirt roads, and scenic trails; however, high-speed driving on highways is not recommended. For that reason, you might only want this type of lift kit if you’re up fitting your second trail-only 4×4.
  • Spring Over Axle (SPOA):​
    SPOA suspension lift kits are most popular among serious rock crawlers looking for the utmost articulation (up and down wheel travel). These truck lift kits keep the tires on the ground for maximum traction, while correctly lifted springs lift everything out of harm’s way, including the springs. These kits are most certainly only for someone who has a dedicated trail vehicle or lives on a mountain!

Suspension Lift Kit Sizes:

Small Lift Kits:
Small lift kits consist of 1.5 or fewer inches and will grant you a little more clearance and room to run slightly larger tires. The most common way to gain a small lift is by using coil spacers in front and long shackles in the rear. The best part of a smaller lift is the lower cost and they are easier to install and maintain with very few complications.

Medium Lift Kits:
A medium lift is roughly 2” of lift, and is a good choice for those looking for the best tire clearance, but aren’t planning on doing any real off-roading. Common medium-sized lifts use a spacer and add-a-leaf lifts and sometimes come with new shocks. With this size of lift kits, you’ll notice some changes in handling and performance, which are manageable, but you’ll also need strong rear springs. One drawback is if you plan to use an add-a-leaf kit, later modification for more lift may be difficult since add-a-leafs are designed to lift stock springs.

Large Lift Kits:
The largest lifts consist of 3 to 4” or more for an aggressive look and the best off-road performance. A common large lift setup consists of new front coils and add-a-leafs in the rear, plus some combination of new front coils and new rear springs. These kits often include a matching set of shocks. Large lifts are the most expensive and there can be more complications than with smaller lifts. They also require you to monitor your vehicle more. On-road performance will also be affected, sometimes dramatically, especially if installed incorrectly. Nevertheless, a large lift will transform your rig into an intimidating off-road machine that will stand out among a crowd.


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A good suspension lift kit or leveling kit installation can make a significant difference in the look and feel of your truck or jeep. A simple body leveling kit installation might be fine if you only want the look, but if you plan on actually off-roading then you will want to upgrade to at least a lift kit or leveling kit installation. Installing a lift kit on your truck requires a mix of technical knowledge and also some regular upkeep and attention to your vehicle’s suspension.

If you are like most of our customers in the Chicagoland area then you are somewhere in the middle, although we do have some nice local off-roading spots,  you want the smooth ride of a daily driver, but you go off-roading sometimes so you also want the flexibility to go 4×4’ing and off-roading in the mud bogs and the trails in the summer. It all boils down to whether you prefer style, function or a mix of the two.

If you really want to go crazy then a full suspension lift kit is the way to go. Yes, they are more expensive, but if you are putting together a show truck or if you really want to take your truck off-roading a lot then it is not a bad idea. One thing to keep in mind is the higher you go the more your trucks suspension, steering and axles change. The higher clearance from the lift kit and bigger tires also raises your vehicle’s center of gravity, which can reduce handling. Certain tires designed specifically for off-road conditions can improve traction depending on the circumstances, but the awesome tires you’ve been looking at might not be right for your application.

We have seen some lift kit installation shops do a real hack job and unfortunately, once you have an amateur mess up your truck/jeep suspension it’s hard and expensive to fix or even just to put back to stock. We even have a local shop about 20 miles south of us that steals our content to rank better in Google lol! 

All of our mechanics ride trucks and jeeps so we know what we are talking about when it comes to 4×4 vehicles, lift kits, custom bumpers, etc. We will help you choose the best solution for your particular planned usage. We never try to sell you more or less than you want or need.
We have a completely stocked warehouse full of truck parts and accessories and if we do not have your part in stock, we can have 95% of things we order on the next day. We can also remove old accessories that you do not want or need fixing and we welcome you to bring in parts you already purchased for us to install. 

Customers always ask us “What if I got my suspension lift kit installation near me” but I don’t want to go that shop anymore or they are closed. Can you guys still work on my truck? Well, the answer is yes. We can do the maintenance on your lifted truck or jeep even if you got it installed somewhere else.

Check out our suspension upgrades page for ideas on upgrading your suspension without a lift kit.
It’s also a good idea to double check the lift laws by state on our clickable map and don’t forget to check out our selection of tonneau covers


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