Our Ride Right+ suspension systems may be our brand-new base-priced kits but make no mistake – these are not your average entry-level lift kit systems. The Ride Right+ system addresses the most critical parts of your vehicle’s suspension, allowing for proper suspension geometry to keep your vehicle driving smoothly and safely, with the added benefit of being able to run larger size wheels and tires at a more budget-friendly price point.
So, what’s included and who is this kit designed for?
Clayton Off Roads’ brand-new Ride Right+ Suspension System is for anyone looking to fit a larger set of wheels and tires, maintain ride quality with proper suspension geometry, and that primarily plans on keeping the vehicle on the pavement rather than on the trail.
Ride Right+, however, is designed to be fully upgradable to our complete Overland+ Suspension System should you wish to add on the remaining adjustable control arms and components in the future and turn your vehicle into the ultimate on-road and off-road machine!
Adjustable front and rear track bars are both included in the Ride Right+ kit since proper suspension geometry is even more critical for on-road driving than for off-road. Even just cruising down the highway puts a load of stress on your vehicle’s suspension. Without properly positioned axles, you’re practically begging for an uncomfortable driving experience. That’s why even when shopping for a budget-friendly lift kit option there are certain components that just shouldn’t be compromised.
When it comes to on-road driving performance, caster angle is one of the most crucial components to address as it directly affects your vehicle’s steering and handling. For this reason, adjustable front upper control arms are also included in the Ride Right+ suspension system. The distance from the center of the axle to the center of the upper control arms is greater than the center of the axle to the center of the lower control arms, which makes utilizing these front upper arms the most effective way to adjust your caster angle and address this critical piece of the suspension puzzle.