A type of modification done to a truck by financially disadvantaged southerners, aka most people, that involves stacking washers between the body and frame of a truck to gain ground and tire clearance.
This particular procedure is ideal for red '85 Chevy trucks, primer El Caminos, and other popular redneck rides. It is an economical alternative to body or suspension lifts, which cost between 100 and 3000 dollars.
"Y'all know Skillet? He couldnt get back here in his p.o.s. til he put on an arkansas lift and took a set of tires off someones truck in the walmart parking lot."