Bad Habit Welcomes ReadyLIFT Suspension as 2011 Primary Sponsor

(Boardman, OH – By Joe Sylvester) I would like to officially announce the partnership between Joe Sylvester Motorsports and ReadyLIFT Suspension for 2011! ReadyLIFT Suspension will be the primary sponsor on the BAD HABIT Monster Truck for the 2011 season which kicks off January 8th at Ford Field in Detroit, MI for our first of 11 weekends on the Monster Jam Tour.

ReadyLIFT Suspension Inc. is the #1 preferred manufacturer of truck and SUV Suspension Leveling and Lift Kits that are guaranteed to retain your factory ride while providing the looks and lift every truck owner wants. The truck will be officially introduced as the ReadyLIFT BAD HABIT so keep an eye on our online store for a redesigned merchandise line reflecting our new sponsor due out in the spring of 2011.

I am very proud to be selected to represent Team ReadyLIFT in the growing sport of Monster Truck Competition alongside their many established off-road racing teams. Over the past few years, the JSM Team and ReadyLIFT Suspension have both been growing in leaps and bounds and this partnership is sure to be an unstoppable combination!

Look for big things to come in 2011 for the ReadyLIFT BAD HABIT Team as we once again will be touring the continent with series such as Monster Jam, Monster Spectacular, and the KSR Motorsports Night of Fire and Destruction tour as well as performing another World Record Jump Attempt!

For more information on ReadyLIFT Suspension, visit them online at For more information on Joe Sylvester Motorsports and the Bad Habit monster truck, check out


  1. Love the look of the truck. ReadyLIFT…how about ReadyLAUNCH, cause that’s what Joe’s gonna do in that truck.

  2. bigfoot is going to take the record back, bf did it without a landing ramp and a much much smaller take off ramp

  3. I agree with dustie24. I like the new look much better than the previous paint scheme. Glad too to see Joe pick up a big sponsor. As for Bigfoot, I appreciate Bob keeping his ownership in tact and not signing up way back when with the big promoters that wanted ownership in his trucks like Grave Digger. However, b/n that and the apparent “save the equipment” mentality, BF has fallen way behind the trucks found in Monster Jam. I know it takes money to fix those trucks every week, but Monster Jam is where it’s at in monster trucks and BF isn’t a part of it. Bob thought crushing cars was too destructive in itself, forget tearing up the truck every weekend. But, that’s what fans want which is evident by the crowds Monster Jam pulls into those big stadiums. Just my opinion. BTW, my first monster truck show was in 1982 at the Houston Astrodome with BF2. I don’t want anyone to think I’m new to monster trucks.

  4. mackenziea11 says:

    like the new body on bad habit!

  5. like grave digger lenged

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