Keystone Automotive Operations Adds MaxTrac Suspension To Lineup

Keystone Automotive Operations Adds MaxTrac Suspension To Lineup

The California-based company prides itself on its extensive product line, providing all three types of suspension modifications on the market: lifting, lowering and leveling.

Keystone Automotive Operations welcomes MaxTrac Suspension to its truck and off-road category. Since its founding in 2010, MaxTrac has placed its focus on providing high-quality suspension products at prices accessible to everyday enthusiasts. The California-based company prides itself on its extensive product line, providing all three types of suspension modifications on the market: lifting, lowering and leveling. 

LIFTING.Ensuring safe and reliable ground clearance, MaxTrac lift kits offer a variety of lift heights from 1 to 7.5 inches. All necessary parts and hardware are included for a simple bolt-on installation that requires little to no vehicle modification.

LOWERING.From “mild to wild,” MaxTrac drop kits promise a sleek look without compromising driving quality. Available for most truck and SUV models on the market, the lowering kits feature trusted parts and an easy installation, with exceptional fit and finish.

LEVELING.Correcting the unattractive nose-down stance of stock vehicles, while adding room for an upgraded wheel and tire package, MaxTrac leveling kits come fully equipped with top-of-the-line components that are crafted in the U.S. Dependable and affordable, MaxTrac leveling kits are available for nearly all trucks and SUVs and feature a no-hassle installation.

“The cornerstone of our suspension systems are our spindles, which are made from either ductile-iron or forged aluminum,” says the company. “They provide a precise amount of lift or lowering, without compromising ride quality or suspension travel. With our ultra-durable, bullet-proof products, ride height options and affordability, MaxTrac is a brand that you can trust.”

Partnering with Keystone offers the MaxTrac an opportunity to expand its reach, accessing new customers and business opportunities through the distributor’s vast retail network and strategic marketing initiatives. 

“We’re excited to offer MaxTrac at Keystone – the brand of choice for lifting or lowering 2WD trucks,” said Ahad Mirza, category manager. “MaxTrac’s strong value coupled with exemplary quality makes it a great choice for consumers who demand the best.”

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