So you want big tires. You might also need a lift to get them to fit. Trick Trucks can help you with tires and a lift.
For years, you’ve looked with envy at those off-road trucks with big tires. You day dream about beach driving or just driving along a mountain path. And with the weather improving, you’ve decided it’s time to actually do some off-road driving. And you’re going to start with some big tires.
That’s a good place to start, but before you run out to buy anything you need to understand that making one modification to your truck can trigger the need for additional changes.
“It’s important to realize that making any modification to your vehicle can cause a chain reaction requiring additional modifications. Make sure you understand how the change will affect other components and carefully plan out your build, either using a shop that has experience with your specific vehicle model or by researching expert sources,” drivingline.com says.
Drivingline.com explains, “There are too many technical aspects to go into here, but adding bigger tires frequently means needing to lift the vehicle in order to fit the tires. Lifting the vehicle changes the geometry of the suspension components; this can put too much stress on other components, causing weak points to break. Of course, failures usually happen when you are out on the trail far from home and out of cell phone range, so choosing modifications carefully is all the more important.
“Lifting the vehicle past a certain point may require replacing one or both driveshafts. Larger tires may mean that you’ll need to install gears with a shorter ratio. Larger, heavier tires may also mean needing to upgrade your axle, especially if you like to play on the rocks. You may also need longer shocks and extended brake lines. You will need to recalibrate your speedometer and adjust your headlights. So depending upon how much you’re looking to upsize, you can see that it’s not always quite as simple as just adding bigger tires.”
Sound complicated? Yes, it can be. And that’s why you need to consult off–road experts like those at Trick Trucks Millsboro.
Trick Trucks in Millsboro can help outfit you with tires, lift kits and with any other safety equipment you might need.
Trick Trucks of Millsboro is your aftermarket accessory store located in the same building as In & Out Tire Pros. Trick Trucks is dedicated to providing you excellent customer service and premium products. The two businesses are locally owned by Bill and Rita Schrider), so all work and adjustments can be done in one location. No need to buy and install a kit here while having to take your truck somewhere else for other work. You’ll also get the advantage of Bill’s 45-plus years in the trick truck industry.
With 15 bays equipped with lifts including two fully integrated alignment racks, Trick Trucks can accommodate all types of vehicles. Trick Trucks is your lowered and lifted vehicle alignment specialist. Top of the line tire and wheel mounting and balancing machines with road force balancing. The mounting and balancing machines accommodate up to 30″ wheels and 40″ tires. Top of the line combination shop of aftermarket specialist and ASE mechanics allows for the smoothest aftermarket installation available. Trick Trucks installed parts and labor come with a three-year, 36,000-mile warranty.
Trick Tucks prides itself on upfront and honest quotes, timely installations, and quality products and parts. Trick Trucks of Millsboro is part of Trick Trucks & Cars franchise and the In & Out Tire Pros family, a locally-owned and operated auto service center. You get peace of mind knowing every accessories installation is done by trained technicians.
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