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Donk, Box, & Bubble Magazine Featured Product Front Wheel Drive Kit

  • Donk, Box & Bubble Magazine recently featured our custom front wheel drive lift struts. We have these struts available for most front wheel drive cars on the road. Installation is simple and a detailed instruction manual is included.
  • Front wheel drive custom modified lift struts by UCL.
  • Donk, Box & Bubble Magazine recently featured our custom front wheel drive lift struts. We have these struts available for most front wheel drive cars on the road. Installation is simple and a detailed instruction manual is included.
  • Front wheel drive custom modified lift struts by UCL.

Donk, Box & Bubble Magazine recently featured our custom front wheel drive lift struts. We have these struts available for most front wheel drive cars on the road. Installation is simple and a detailed instruction manual is included.

When lifting a front wheel drive car, the biggest problem most installers run in to is the tire coming in contact with the lower spring perch on the strut. The tire will rub on the spring perch and depending on the rim size, the rims may not even bolt on to the car.

Universal Car Lifts custom front wheel drive lift struts provide extra clearance under the strut spring perch. The lower spring mount is relocated and the lift is built in to the mounting system. The struts feature CNC machined alignment adjusters to get your wheels riding straight after installation.

Lift struts ride similar to stock. Installation is fairly simple. Most installations can be done with basic hand tools and a floor jack. You will need a spring compressor to install your factory springs to the custom struts. We sell spring compressors that work great for this application. You can also rent spring compressors from most auto parts stores or simply bring your struts to a mechanic and have them install the springs for you.

Some of the applications we have lift struts for include the 1997-2007 Chevy Monte Carlo, 1997-2013 Chevy Impala and most front wheel drive Cadillacs.

2 comments

  • 2003’ Infiniti I35 fwd stock tire diameter is 26.3 and the 22”s I bought have 225/30/R22 on them which makes the diameter 27.4 so 1-1/10th inch bigger and the stock is 8.5” wide and the 22” is 8.9” wide so .4” wider do you think I will rub if it’s only a inch difference

    • Hey Josh, for this question it would be best to speak on the phone. Give us a call at 1-877-366-5543 we are here M-F from 8am to 7pm.

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