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Kidk 10-26-2012 04:33 PM

2011 Ram SLT 4x4 4" Lift
 
I need (3) vendors that supply a 4" lift that doesn't require cutting anything off my truck. Any suggestions?

Gantman 10-26-2012 04:39 PM

Rough Country has a nice lookin 4" lift kit for about 1300bucks. Just a little drilling and shaving but nothing major.

AJ@AutoAnything.com 10-26-2012 05:15 PM

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Originally Posted by Kidk (Post 921722)
I need (3) vendors that supply a 4" lift that doesn't require cutting anything off my truck. Any suggestions?

Looking at the systems I have for your 2011 Dodge, Skyjacker and Rancho they both require you to cut the drive side frame bracket. If you want I can email you the instructions but it looks like anything more then just a small coil spacer lift you will have to cut.
-AJ

Kidk 10-26-2012 05:20 PM

I don't want to go that high. I just want 35's on my truck that won't rub. I noticed you have Bilstein front adjustable on your truck. How is that working for you?

Kidk 10-26-2012 05:24 PM

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Originally Posted by AJ@AutoAnything.com (Post 921743)
Looking at the systems I have for your 2011 Dodge, Skyjacker and Rancho they both require you to cut the drive side frame bracket. If you want I can email you the instructions but it looks like anything more then just a small coil spacer lift you will have to cut.
-AJ


Truxx says they have a 3" front 1" rear lift kit, but I was hoping to get some more information on it. Maybe a list of components or picture of kit.

Gantman 10-26-2012 05:35 PM

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Hey Kidk; our Ram's already run 32.99" tires OE bud. I run my Bilsteins at 2.1" and know undoubtedly I can fit 35"ers in there. I know many owners here are running just that with no problems. Hopefully they chime in for ya. Just have to go with a 20x9 with a 0mm offset to keep from rubbing on the upper control arm. Here's a couple of pics with my stock 20's on 33" Goodyears.

Kidk 10-26-2012 05:54 PM

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Originally Posted by Gantman (Post 921759)
Hey Kidk; our Ram's already run 32.99" tires OE bud. I run my Bilsteins at 2.1" and know undoubtedly I can fit 35"ers in there. I know many owners here are running just that with no problems. Hopefully they chime in for ya. Just have to go with a 20x9 with a 0mm offset to keep from rubbing on the upper control arm.



I wish mine did. I have a SLT which came stock with 265/70/R17

Gantman 10-26-2012 06:04 PM

Honestly Kidk; you still can go to a 35x12.5-17 and a 0mm or even a -10mm offset with just a leveling Bilstein 5100 shock. Some people who have set it to the max of 2.5 or 2.7" have complained of too hard of a ride but I believe it's more preference.

woodtoolguy 11-18-2012 06:17 PM

35 inch tires on stock wheels?
 
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Originally Posted by Gantman (Post 921781)
Honestly Kidk; you still can go to a 35x12.5-17 and a 0mm or even a -10mm offset with just a leveling Bilstein 5100 shock. Some people who have set it to the max of 2.5 or 2.7" have complained of too hard of a ride but I believe it's more preference.

Can the 35x12.5-17 tires be installed on an SLT using the stock wheels?

I've got the Bilstein 5100 leveling shocks set at max height.

Thanks.

woodtoolguy


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