You might share the same truck with millions of people around you. But how can you make a truck truly yours? To that end, we’ve assembled this helpful list to help you get started on the truck modifications you might want to try out.
Customized Wheels and Rims
There’s a reason that your car or truck are referred to as “wheels.” Wheels are as essential to a truck as wings are to a bird. The look of your wheels is so important that if your wheels don’t look right, it will throw off the entire design of your automobile. Depending on what you want to use your truck for, you can find a wide variety of different tires. If you enjoy off-roading, larger rims and higher tire clearance are going to be the wheels for you.
Big rims need flashy fenders, too. Flared fenders emphasize the new rims, tires, and wheels you just installed. These bumpers add a tremendous aesthetic boost while also protecting your truck. Whether you’re hitting those wild forest trails or speeding down the highway, make sure nothing can scratch or dent your truck with these upgraded fenders, especially with a new body kit.
A New Body Kit
While it’s true that fenders help protect a truck, for full protection, you will want a new body kit. Better protection and greater style are the two most obvious benefits of choosing this upgrade. A body kit can also give your truck a smoother ride and better performance overall. If you’re not ready to upgrade your truck this drastically, you could always try new wing mirrors or side panels.
Remember when you were little, and you climbed into the bumper cars for the first time? The bumpers bounced you around, and you had a blast. Bumpers on a real car or truck also help protect it from impact damage. By installing more upgraded bumpers, you can improve both the front and back ends of your truck. Heavier duty bumpers will also include a handy winch to make hauling cargo around outdoors that much easier.
There’s no question that brighter lights just look prettier. But with brighter lights, driving at night also becomes safer. The unpredictable and torrential rains of late summer and early fall will diminish your visibility as well, so the brighter your lights are, the easier you will be able to see.
Truck Modifications from Trick Trucks
Looking to get your truck ready for your next road trip? Trick Trucks is here to help. With over forty years of experience servicing trucks, we have the expertise and equipment you need. Contact Trick Trucks online or by calling 1-866-60-TRICK. To find out more about our services and trucks, follow us on Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, Google+, and YouTube.