ORI specialising in the USA truck market from RAM, Chevrolet, and Ford we can provide lifts from 2” to 6” and we supply multiple brands, Rough Country, Superlift, BDS, Kings Suspension, Fox

Get The Best 4x4 Suspension For Your Offroading Experience

When you are on-road or especially off-road, a lift kit is one of the essential tools you need. Our selection includes some of the world's most high-end lift kits and suspension systems that will properly fit your truck's make and model. These suspension kits are built to be dependable when driving on roads and are backed by the world's best companies.

We have a comprehensive range of 4x4 suspension lift kits from brands like BAJA Kits to King suspension at industry-leading prices.

Are you looking for a high-quality 4x4 suspension kit to hit open roads and off-road trails? Well, look no further. We have a wide range of 4x4 suspension kits to help you conquer the most brutal of off-road trails.

Get 4x4 Suspension Kits For Your Next Driving Adventure

Offroad Industries has the greatest 4x4 lift kit for your next off-road adventure! We've put together the best selection of lift kits to offer your 4x4 the power and control it needs to handle anything it encounters. With one of our lift kits fitted, you know your 4WD can tackle the rugged Australian Outback, exploring the great distances of our open highways or cruising along the beach. Each of our 4WD lift kits has been designed and tested by and for Australian 4x4 enthusiasts and adventurers.

We make it a point at Offroad Industries to guarantee that your vehicle receives the most excellent available update that is tailored to your 4WD's needs and driving preferences. Our range of 4x4 lift kits includes The Rough Country 4" Kits, Fox Suspension 3” Kits, BAJA 4x4 suspension Kits and many more.

4x4 Suspension Kit FAQs

How Can I Determine The Right Suspension Components For My Vehicle?

Choosing the right components for your 4WD suspension upgrade comes down to a few factors. The first is to identify your truck’s needs and what kind of performance you need from your suspension upgrade. If you’re driving off-road regularly, carrying heavy loads or plan on adding a towbar, the suspension you need will vary. For a higher frequency of off-road driving, you may want to consider something that gives you greater elevation, somewhere around 3 to 5 inches of lift.

Another factor to consider is what kind of suspension you need. You may want a full lift kit, or a levelling kit may be more in line with your needs. Each kit contains different parts, with struts, control arms and springs. It’s worth understanding how they work to make the optimal choice for your truck. There are also different types of lift kits to consider, along with different brands, and each offers different benefits.

Ensuring you’re getting 4x4 suspension upgrades that are compatible with your truck is also important to ensure safety and the best possible fit. Different kits will not only offer different performance upgrades but are also made with certain vehicles in mind. Finding the right kit at Offroad Industries is as easy as sorting by the make of the truck you have and then checking out the options for your model.

What Are The Benefits of Upgrading My Vehicle's Suspension?

Upgrading your 4x4 suspension offers a whole host of benefits. Whether your truck is built for work or play, the first thing you’ll notice when you upgrade is the difference in ground clearance. You’ll have a higher profile, giving you more ability to cruise over whatever terrain you’re hitting. Whether you’re on the beach or off the beaten track and in the bush, you’ll be able to tackle rougher environments with ease. You’ll also be able to upgrade with bigger wheels, not only giving your truck a more custom look but also delivering improved traction for those more brutal and hard-to-navigate spots of the track.

Another benefit is the smoother ride, even when you're off-road. Upgraded 4x4 suspension provides more control, and with the improved shocks, you’ll have a less bumpy trip, making for a more comfortable time in the cab.

How Do I Know When It's Time To Replace My Shocks or Struts?

There are a few telltale signs that your shocks or struts are due for replacement. They won’t give out all at once but will degrade slowly over time, so it’s worth checking in with your truck regularly to make sure everything is still operating safely.

One of the first things you’ll notice if your 4WD suspension is wearing out is a bumpier ride. Shocks and struts help to absorb the impact of off-roading and rough terrain, so if things feel tougher than normal, it’s worth taking a look.

Three factors that go hand in hand with degrading shocks are steering issues, braking issues, and uneven tyre wear. It’s unlikely that your shocks will wear out evenly, so you may find one or two tyres wearing down more quickly than the others. This can lead to less stability, more unreliable steering, and braking that feels harder than usual.

The final thing to look out for is fluid leaks. Oil and air are kept separate in your shocks, absorbing the impact of your truck. If you’ve noticed fluid under your vehicle when it’s parked, it may point to your suspension having worn out, and no fluid means no shock absorption.

What Is The Typical Lifespan of Suspension Components?

How long your 4X4 suspension lasts depends on how you drive and how far you’re going. Harsher conditions off-road will put more strain on your suspension than standard road driving. As a general rule, we recommend checking your suspension around every 50,000km you do.

How Do I Ensure That The Suspension Upgrades I Choose Comply With Local Regulations and Road Safety Standards?

If you’re unsure about which lift kit is best for you, you can always contact our team for advice. We also recommend upgrading your suspension professionally to ensure the integrity of your truck and any warranties it may have. You can get your suspension upgraded at one of our authorised installers for the perfect fit.