One of the most interesting and attractive modifications to suspension kits is the lift. Lift kits are systems that help to boost your car up and to lift it off of the ground. This gives it a slight height advantage over what it would otherwise normally have. Lift kits are inexpensive and can even be purchased and constructed out of separate used materials, if you desire. In order to install the lift kit for your suspension system, you'll need the following items.
The most important item that you'll need to safely put a lift kit on your car is a floor jack. This will be used to prop up the vehicle itself and will allow you to remove all of the necessary items from the base of the car so that you can outfit it with a lift system. These items include the wheels, tires, shocks, brakes and other system components that must be refitted after the lift kit is established in place.
The jack stands are what will literally hold up your car as you set up the new lift system. Make sure you buy sturdy and trusted brands of jack stands to be sure that your operation is as safe as it can possibly be.
Drill and Drill Bits
In order to remove most of the various components of the suspension system, and in order to install the lift kit in place, you'll need a power drill and a wide array of different drill bits.
For more information ask a mechanic near you.