Leveling Kits

FlexBilt Customs offers full-service leveling kits for every make & model.  Whether you want to purchase the custom leveling kit for your off-road vehicle or want us to install turn-key, we most likely have it in stock for you today!.  We install a wide array of leveling kits to get your front end equal to your rear!  Leveling kits (lift or lowering) for your truck and SUV's range in 2" to 4" kits.  However, it may just be a simple adjustment of your torsion keys that most custom shops will not share with you.  We do suspension leveling on most any trucks and SUV’s for the greater east central Alabama and central western Georgia areas! Our goal is simple - to provide you with the largest selection of suspension leveling kits while providing unparalleled customer service no matter what you drive!

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Leveling Kits for sale or installed:

Chevy / GMC Trucks

  • 1500 Silverado, Sierra, Tahoe, Yukon, Avalanche, Suburban, Escalade 2WD & 4WD

    • 1999-2006:  $109 Kit + $175 Labor + tax (Does not work with coil-spring front end)

    • 2007-2018 (2″) – $99 Kit + $170 Labor + tax

    • 2007-2018 (2.5″) – $109 Kit + $195 Labor + tax

    • 2019-2020 4WD (2″) – $89 Kit + $195 Labor + tax

    • 2019-2020 2WD (2″) – $89 Kit + $195 Labor + tax

  • 2500 & 3500

    • 2001-2010 – $145 Kit + $180 Labor + tax

    • 2011-2019 – $139 Kit + $180 Labor + tax

    • 2020 – $139 Kit + $180 Labor + tax

  • Colorado and Canyon

    • 2015-2020 (1-2.5″) – $95 Kit + $205 Labor + tax

Dodge Trucks

  • 1500 Ram 4WD

    • 1994-2008 – $99 + $175 Labor

    • 2009-2018 (2.5″) – $59 + $200 Labor

    • 2019-2020 (2″) – $55 + $200 Labor

  • 1500 Ram 2WD

    • 2002-2018 (2.5″ Coils and Shocks) – $589 installed

    • 2009-2018 (2″ Coils and Shocks) – $449 installed (V8 Only)

    • 2019-2020 New Body Style (2″) – $55 + $200 Labor

  • 2500 & 3500 4WD

    • 1994-2013 – $99 + $200 Labor (longer shocks recommended)

    • 2014-2020 – $99 + $200 Labor (2″ or 2.5″ w/ Shock Extensions)

Ford Truck

  • F150 2WD & 4WD

    • 1997-2003 – $99 + $175 labor (4WD only)

    • 2004-2013 – $99 + $175 Labor

    • 2014-2020 – $99 + $225 Labor

  • Expedition

    • 2003-2014 – $169 + $225 labor

    • 2015-2020 – $350 + $350 labor

  • F250 & F350 4WD

    • 1999-2004 – $475 + $250 labor

    • 2005-2015 – $99 + $200 Labor (2 inch)

    • 2011-2016 – $375 + $275 Labor (ReadyLift 2.5" Front, 2" Rear)

    • 2017-2020 F250 – $59 + $200 Labor (2″ Front)

    • 2017-2020 F250 – $319 + $250 Labor (ReadyLift 2.5″ with Custom Trackbar Bracket)

Jeep

  • Wrangler JK and JK Unlimited

    • 2007-2018 – $495 installed (2″ Front, 1″ Rear - TeraFlex) = $629 installed

  • Wrangler JL and JL Unlimited

    • 2018-2019 – $575 installed (2″ Front, 1″ Rear Pro Comp) - $629 installed

Nissan

  • Frontier / Xterra

    • 2005-2019 2.5″ Front to equal rear height – $309 installed

    • 2005-2019 2.5″ Front, 1.5″ Rear – $429 installed

  • Titan or XD

    • 2004-2020 – $155 + $195 labor

Toyota

  • 4Runner

    • 2003-2019 (2″) – $59 + $175 labor

    • 2003-2019 (3″F/1.5″R) – $629 installed

  • FJ Cruiser

    • 2007-2013 (2″) – $59 + $175 labor

    • 2007-2014 (3″F/2″R) – $629 installed

  • Tacoma

    • 2005-2019 (2″) – $59 + $175 labor

    • 2005-2019 (3″F/1″R) – $489 installed

  • Tundra

    • 2007-2019 (2.5″) – $129 + $200 labor

    • 2007-2019 (3″F/1″R) – $519 installed

A leveling kit takes the factory setting and levels it out - just like it sounds!   Due to what trucks were originally designed for (hauling, loaded, or being used as a true utility truck), all manufacturers set the rear ends higher than the front end so when you connect a trailer, the truck performs at a level plain.  Some manufacturers are worse than others regarding how they set the rear end to the front end. 

 

By raising the front end up a few inches, you can eliminate the factory rake in your truck and bring the front and rear level. This is primarily done for looks, but it can also add a small amount of ground clearance to the front of your truck and give you the ability to run larger tires.

 

Another benefit of leveling kits is that since they only raise the front of your truck instead of lowering the rear, your payload capacity remains unchanged. You can put just as much weight in the bed without fear of the suspension bottoming out. Leveling kits are a very simple design, utilizing coil spacers, struts, strut extensions, coils, coil-overs or special torsion keys (depending on your truck’s suspension), and many can be installed without having to jack up your vehicle. If your goal isn’t to turn your truck into an all-out off-road performer, and just want an aggressive stance and look from your truck, a leveling kit might be the way to go.