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Most Popular Off-road Suspensions

December 23, 2019

What’s What

Due to popular demand - whether it be questions on the trails or messages online, many of our followers have been wondering what are the Top 5 Off-Road Suspension Systems we recommend and why we recommend them, so here we are to discuss some of our favorite and most popular suspension systems. Keep in mind different companies may have certain products or systems that may be better suited to your specific vehicle needs; Either way don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions regarding what might work best for you! As always, whether it be a specific suspension kit/component, or even a wheel and tire package be sure to visit our website.


1. Pro Comp

Pro Comp is an off-road enthusiast company with a serious passion for racing and off-road performance. They know their stuff not only from developing and manufacturing parts for their customers over the past 30 years, but also for their very own rigs. Pro Comp produces everything from a great value starter kit that includes coil springs, shocks, and hardware (starting at around six-hundred bucks); All the way up to their high performance long-arm kits with everything in between. Overall this is a company that definitely appreciates their customers and is great to work with on a new lift. 



2. BDS Suspension

As one of our top off-road suspensions, many of you are already familiar with BDS Suspensions and their awesome no-questions asked warranty. The Michigan based company is one of the best in the business when it comes to quality and design. BDS suspensions is definitely one of our most popular brands, whether it be on our website or right here in the shop. They have a vast range of products ranging from short arms to full coilover systems, and they produce them for all sorts of vehicles whether it be solid axles trucks or jeeps. Be sure to check out BDS  if you’re looking for great pricing, quality products, and a great warrantee. 


3. Zone Off-Road

A subsidiary of BDS Suspension, Zone represents nearly the same quality and craftsmanship as BDS, just at a lower price point for customers looking to get a great bang for their buck without sacrificing quality for a lower cost. This is a great company to check out if you’re looking to get your truck or Jeep lifted without breaking the bank while still getting the BDS no-questions-asked warranty. Whether it be your first lift kit or your tenth, be sure to check out both Zone and BDS suspension systems.


2006 Jeep TJ 15x8 -19mm Black Rock 997


4. Rough Country

One of the older brands in the game, Rough Country has tenure in the off-road industry. Over the past few years the company has seriously stepped up their game in quality and is becoming one of the best selling brands in the industry. Whether it be specific off-road components or a certain lift kit, Rough Country is definitely worth a look if you are interested in lifting your Jeep without going bankrupt. The company offers an array of different products specified for all sorts of vehicles and is continuously expanding their product lineup to cater to both new and previous vehicle makes/models.


5. Teraflex

One of the most popular off-road suspension brands in the industry, Teraflex is extremely popular here at TrailBuilt in regards to both our customers and very own employees. Known for producing both high quality and high performance parts, Teraflex should definitely be on your list of brands to check out when shopping for suspension systems. Also worth mentioning is the Falcon shocks that Teraflex uses with several of their kits as we were extremely impressed by their performance both on and off-road. Overall being one of our favorite companies to work with, we highly recommend Teraflex whether it be for daily driving, off-road use, or even somewhere in between.