Custom Lifted Trucks are Bigger in Texas

July 21st, 2016 by

2018 Ford Tuscany Shelby Baja Raptor getting air on sand dunes
Custom lifted trucks by Tuscany are some of the most incredible vehicles built by human hands. The more you learn about these trucks, the more obvious it becomes.

What are Lifted Trucks?

Rudimentary lift kits were first used during the first World War to get off-road vehicles through the tough terrain of No-Man’s Land and the swamps and bogs their vehicles weren’t built to traverse. In the seventies, body lifts started coming back in a big way. Either a suspension lift or body lift brings a truck or SUV a few inches higher — and the added height goes much further with a suspension lift kit.

Why Buy a Custom Lifted Truck?

A custom lifted truck costs more than your average Ford F-150 or Ford Super Duty, but they’re worth it if you want to rule the road. Here’s what that means:

  • Superior Visibility: Getting high up from the road provides a better view, especially in congested areas. And let’s face it: it’s also nice to sit above everyone else.
  • Superior Towing: Bottoming out is more likely with a conventional suspension since towing heavy loads often makes the truck pull down. With a raised suspension, that’s less of a risk.
  • Superior Looks: Raised trucks simply look cooler. Yours will command attention like nothing else as you cruise around Conroe, The Woodlands, and Spring.

Why Choose a Custom Lifted Truck Made by Tuscany Trucks?

Tuscany Trucks is Ford Motor Company’s largest and longest-running specialty vehicle manufacturer in the personal-use segment, and they’ve won the Quality Excellence Award every year it’s been offered.

Taking popular Ford trucks as their base, Tuscany models include:

  • FTX
  • Black Ops
  • Badlander

Each one is respected throughout the industry, and you’ll enjoy upgraded style and further performance optimizations, not just a suspension lift.

Get the Whole Package With Tuscany Custom Lifted Trucks

Want a custom lifted truck? Then you owe it to yourself to check out the Tuscany Trucks lineup. If you’d like to find out more about what’s available, don’t hesitate to contact Gullo Ford of Conroe today.