Generally speaking, web retailers in the aftermarket space like to place a targeted sale in a specific category, but this time around 4 Wheel Parts is running a string of promos that cover a range of product types for lifted Jeeps and trucks, giving you plenty to pick from depending on what you’re building or looking to upgrade. Performance upgrades from Rancho, Pro Comp, Smittybilt, Super Swamper, and more are all part of the equation, so here’s a look at how it all breaks down.
If you’ve been planning a lift and haven’t figured out what shocks to run, you’ve got some options here. On the more extreme end of the spectrum, you can get into a set of Fox 2.0 Performance Series external reservoir shocks for under a grand. Not to worry though, those looking for something more budget friendly aren’t out of luck. Among others, Rancho and Skyjacker shocks are also up for grabs at a discount, ranging from roughly $150 to $440 for a full set.
Up To $500 Off Tires And Wheels
The majority of the big guns when it comes to off-road wheels and tires are part of these deals, and much like with the deals on shocks, the offers cover both hardcore and more daily-use options for all budgets. Pro Comp tires are knocked down by $250 per set, and their wheels are marked down by 30%. Other tire sets from Mickey Thompson, Dick Cepek, and Maxxis are up to $200 off as well, and on the real bargain end of the spectrum, a couple variants of Trail Master wheels can be had for only $39 each.
Smittybilt Tonneau Covers
Last but not least, a good tonneau cover goes a long ways in making your truck more practical for day-to-day use (when you aren’t hauling), and the entire line of Smittybilt soft Smart Covers are selling with a $59 discount. Depending on the application some folks still prefer a hard cover for security purposes, but the versatility and ease of use that comes with a soft cover make these a good choice so long as security/theft isn’t your primary concern.
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