Is a 4 inch lift legal?

Is a 4 inch lift legal?

Duncan Gay, the Minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight in NSW, has recently announced via Facebook, that the laws surrounding vehicle suspension lifts have changed. Now, you can lift your 4X4 a total of 75mm: 50mm through the suspension, and 25mm through the tyres.

Do lift kits need certification?

A body lift on a body/chassis vehicle (commonly a 4×4) always requires LVV certification. Vision and Glazing: Change of glazing from glass to plastic requires certification and must be an abrasion resistant type.

Is there a lift kit for a Ford Ranger?

Up until 2018, Superlift was the only aftermarket suspension manufacturer offering a bold on lift kit for the 1998-2011 Ford Ranger 4×4. Rough Country has joined the market, and now offers a suspension kit for these trucks as well.

When did the superlift come out for the Ford Ranger?

This is Superlift’s complete knuckle style suspension lift kit for the 1998-1999, or 2000-2010 Ford Ranger 4wd; providing 4” of lift height. The lift kit retains factory ride quality, steering geometry, and CV axle angles. All load-bearing bracketry is laser-cut from .25″ steel plate.

What kind of suspension does a Ford Ranger use?

Suspension Kit Includes: Boxed plate lower control arms with bushings and balljoints installed Complete front axles with custom length heat treated shafts and high angle 930 CVs 14-inches of wheel travel. 4.5-inches wider per side. Uses 8-inch stroke coilover shocks, not included (replaces torsion bars).

What’s the difference between a lift kit and a leveling kit?

In most cases, Ford Ranger lift kits are necessary to accommodate a bigger tire size. The difference between lift kits and Ford Ranger leveling kits is that a leveling kit adjusts the height of one end of the vehicle to match the other while the lift kit adds height all around.