BDS Suspension was started in 1996 by a business group who felt it was past time to create a suspension company that truly had the best interest of the off road consumer as its' foundation. With over ... read more
BDS Suspension was started in 1996 by a business group who felt it was past time to create a suspension company that truly had the best interest of the off road consumer as its' foundation. With over 45 combined years experience with other major suspension companies, both buying and selling, the individuals that would make up the BDS name were frustrated by the lack of quality and the unwillingness to make things right by these 4x4 companies. So, they set out to create a suspension company that would be the best and made a list of the things they felt were not right and made it their mission to correct them.
One of the most important of these wrongs they were looking to right were that of other companies warranties. Too often, the standard protocol was that a broken or damaged part from another manufacturer was denied warranty because of abuse or neglect. For BDS, its simple, if it breaks, they'll replace it, and that is the motto in which they have based their entire warranty off of. So, they welcome you, try and break it, if you do, they'll replace it and probably try to determine a way to increase the rigidity of the product to ensure it never happens again.
BDS LIFT KITS
While most people whom have heard of BDS Suspension automatically think of "lift kits," that ony touches on the wide variety of suspension and steering related products that BDS offers. BDS understands that not everyone is after a complete lift kit, but still after the quality BDS products bring to the table. Some of our most popular products from BDS are replacement adjustable track bars and dual steering stabilizer kits that in many instances can be installed on a completely stock truck, or one that's leveled or lifted. Other popular "non lift kit" parts are leveling kits that include upgraded shocks, progressive rate coil springs, heavy duty control or radius arms, and even leaf springs.
SHOP BDS SUSPENSION LIFTS & MORE
When shopping for various BDS Suspension parts, we understand that all of the choices can be overwhelming! Shock options, dual steering stabilizers, replacement coil springs or spacers.....and the list goes on! As you're considering the right suspension upgrades for you and your truck, never hesitate to reach out to us for an honest opinion of what we'd recommend for your particular build and budget. Not everyone "needs" every option and we can help you weigh the benefits of each.
Q: Where is BDS Suspension located?
A: BDS is located in Coldwater, Michigan.
Q: What is the warranty on BDS products?
A: BDS offers what they call their "No Fine Print Warranty" and its exactly that. If you manage to break one of their parts, BDS will replace it. And yes, its as simple as that.
Q: Will installing a BDS lift or levelign kit void my factory warranty? A: Beyond the fact that a vehicle manufacturer cannot legally void a warranty for the simple fact of installing a lift kit (see Magnuson Moss Warranty Act), BDS covers factory powertrain components free of charge under the 560Plus Factory Protection Plus program. This program provides supplemental drivetrain limited warranty coverage in the event a failure were to occur that is not covered by the OEM warranty in certain cases. For more informatino on this program, CLICK HERE.
Q: Will I need to change my factory wheels after installing a BDS lift kit?
A: Certain trucks with Independent Front Suspension (IFS) require larger than factory wheels in order to provide adequate clearance for some of the newly installed suspension parts. In these instances, we will mark the product listing that this is a necessity.
Q: Do I need to get an alignment after installing a BDS lift kit?
A: Yes. That's the easy answer. The overall geometry if the front end of your truck vastly changes with the installation of a leveling or lift kit. Unless you have it all re-aligned, you risk premature component and tire wear, let alone a truck that drives like garbage!