How to Lift a Geo Tracker: 4 Important Tips

There is a number of ways on how to lift a Geo Tracker, it all depends on your needs and how much money you want to spend.

What are the Ways of Lifting a Geo Tracker?

Body Lift will give you 1-3 inches of lift by installing coil spacers and Suspension lift will allow you to lift your vehicle to any height you want.

Suspension lifts can be small – this is the cheapest and simplest way which should give you about an inch of more tire clearance. Medium Lift will give you that optimum elevating of about two inches for off-road ventures. Large lift is the most expensive and complicated way to go but it will give you a vehicle which performs excellently in an off-road setting and doesn`t create any problems on-road.

Suspension Lifts can also be:

  • Spring Over Axle which is good if you want a rock crawler and utmost articulation.
  • Shackle Reverse Lift Kits which is made to smooth the bumps on mild terrains like the dessert, grass, forests etc.
  • Coil Suspension Lift Kits provides excellent articulation and a lot comfort on the trail – it is one of the most popular ways to go.
  • Lifted Spring Suspension Lift Kits allows an incredible control on rough terrains and it`s great for new off-roaders.
  • Shackle Suspension Lift Kits is the fastest one to install but it will not give you much hardcore driving.

About the Geo Tracker

Geo Tracker was first introduced in 1989 as an SUV based on the Suzuki Sidekick as a cheaper alternative to Jeep. From 1989 to 1997 it was produced under the Geo name and from 1998 until 2004 under Chevrolet when it was replaced by Chevrolet Equinox in 2005.

Geo Tracker is the longest running Geo vehicle and it is still a very popular off-road vehicle.

Choosing the Right Lift For Your Geo Tracker

You may be wondering which lift to get. There are so many options but only one can be good for you. This is why you should carefully consider these things:

  • Your Budget: some of these lifts are more expensive and some are more expensive. This is why you should consider your budget first – you don`t want to make your mind up about a certain lift kit and then realize that you can`t afford it.
  • Tire size: this is definitely one off the most important step because you don`t want to get a lift kit that is too small for your desired tire size.
  • What is the use of your car going to be
  • Factory suspension specs and vehicle type

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How to Lift a Geo Tracker

After you have done all of the above steps and have purchased your lift kit and tires you should probably follow the instructions provided on how to install it. If you are not a very good mechanic yourself or it`s your first time, you can always ask someone to help you out. Every lift kit is different and it can be installed differently, it all depends on which one you purchased.

Still confused about how to lift a geo tracker? Here`s one of the simplest ways: first you`ll need to pick a size of coil spacers and once you put them in and mount the tires on the steel rims, you`ll need to cut the metal wherever it touches the radials. Replacing the gears is optional and so is engine replacement - it all depends on your preference.