Used for both for functional and esthetic purposes, leveling kits raise the front end of the truck up to get it in line and level with the rear end. Truck manufacturers build their truck suspensions with the rear end resting higher than the front, to compensate for the heavy loads they were designed to carry. As the truck is loaded down with weight, it will begin to compress the rear springs causing the to rear end of the truck to drop down to be inline with the front.
Installing a leveling kit will change the look of the vehicle, without sacrificing the function or carrying capacity, as long as the truck’s suspension is not affected.
Ask your OK Tire Service Advisor about leveling kits, and the impact they will have on your vehicle.