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Old 07-02-2014, 07:30 PM
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Originally Posted by HOOAHHemi View Post
I have an '06 Ram 1500 and I am running a 6'' BDS with Bilsteins up front. Currently the Bilsteins are set at their factory setting. Because of this, the rear sits a bit higher and I have tire rub at full lock. Is anyone running their Bilsteins higher than stock with a similar setup?? Do you have CV shaft issues??
You'll be fine running them up higher. It essentially has the same effect on A-arms and CV shafts as leveling a truck does. Generally they need to be at 1.4" to level out a 6" lift.
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