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FloridaCracker352 11-20-2010 01:21 PM

which company has my lift?
 
i need a 8in lift is this even available in a complete kit or am i going to have to make it my self?

if so i think ill go with coils all the way around and 4 link it. ;)
thanks for any info guys

10hemi 11-21-2010 12:40 PM

I was kicking around a 6" rough country with 2" bilstien 5100's and 37's but coming out of a ford fx4 about the same, I think i'm going with the 3"/2" and 305's

FloridaCracker352 11-23-2010 09:01 PM

true that buddy, well i found a company topguncustomz.com and they have a 5.5in lift and thats the biggest ive found unless i get a 2500 lift which they have a 6in lift. but i already have 2.5in coil spacers which is the leveling kit so i think ill get 5in springs in the front and keep the spacers on and run dual shocks, so it will be a total of 7.5in in the front and 5in in the rear i know it will have the bull frog stance, thats what i was trying to go for but im not sure if it will be too much. let me know what you think, this is my 100th post so i figured i make it a nice long one.

CdnoilRAM 11-24-2010 02:13 AM

I was gonna recommend the topguncustomz kit for a big lift, but for the most part, after 6", you're looking at a custom kit normally. There are a few 8" kits, but they're for the 3rd gen from what I've seen.

erm 11-24-2010 08:08 AM

Sounds like it might be a 6" 2500 lift + a body lift to get 8.

FloridaCracker352 11-28-2010 01:39 AM

yeah im really trying to get the truck sold before i dump all my money in it i found the one i just need to sell mine first

96DodgeRam1500 12-20-2010 09:54 PM

Fabtech has a 6" kit i believe. I know ive seen a 7" kit somewhere. Let me try to find it and Ill hit you back up with the website.


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