Aside from wheels and tires, one of the most popular modifications for trucks is the good old-fashioned lift kit. But while most truck owners stick with something milder, like a leveling kit, others want to go big. These new 2021 Ford F-150 lift kits from Superlift – which will debut at the 2021 SEMA Show next week – certainly accomplish that, giving the newest Ford F-150 a full six inches of lift.
Superlift’s six-inch replacement knuckle-style 2021 Ford F-150 lift kits consist of direct bolt-on parts that don’t require any cutting or welding and were designed using factory CAD data for a perfect fit, OEM alignment specs, and precisely-built components.
In the front, Superlift’s lift kits include a one-piece front cross member, CNC-machined extended ductile iron steering knuckles, a differential skid plate, a billet aluminum driveshaft spacer, differential relocation brackets, brake line brackets, and eccentric cam bolts. The rear setup consists of a one-piece rear cross member, fabricated rear blocks, brake line extension brackets, compression stop extensions, U-bolts, and all the necessary hardware.
As far as shocks go, customers have a variety of options to choose from, including the Superlift Shadow Series, Bilstein 5100 Series, Fox Performance Series 2.0 shocks, or a Superlift Edition King Shock package. The latter replaces the F-150’s stock struts and shocks with adjustable King coilovers with remote reservoirs in the front, matching remote reservoir shocks in the rear, and adds a front skid plate.
Pricing for Superlift’s 2021 Ford F-150 lift kits varies depending on these options, but prices start out at between $1,500-$1,851 for the basic kit and go all the way up to $4,200 or more for the Superlift Edition King Shock Package. Both of these kits are available to order now.