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Old 01-19-2011, 03:02 AM
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Default 2009-2011 2" Mopar lift for 2009-2010 Ram 1500 trucks

Has anyone installed this new lift (leveling) kit on their truck? Mopar part number is P5155797 and it consists of front and rear Bilsteins, new rear coil springs and some misc. bump stops etc. It was said to have been developed in conjunction with bilstein specifically for the Ram 1500, my dealer said my cost would be around $875. I think it is new to the 2011 Mopar Performance Parts catalog.
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My dealer also just called me in reference to this kit. Seems it is the newest kit and the one the rep recommended. Waiting more details.
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$875 seems super steep for a leveling kit!
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True, but most kits are just spacers. This Mopar/Bilstein kit is replacement front struts, rear shocks and rear (progressive) coil springs, rear track bar relocating bracket, etc. Pricey - but it may be the best kit out there. Just looking for feedback if anyone has it on already. Thanks.
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Anyone heard if this is okay for a TRX4?
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Check with our vendor Mopar Online Parts . I'll send them a request to check out this link .
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I just called a local dealer here in Indianapolis about the 2" lift. I'm thinking about it too.
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Hey guys I can get this leveling kit for you and the price would be $813.00 plus shipping. It would take ten days to get it in from the Vendor.

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Could this leveling kit potentially void any part of the factory warranty? I want to level my 2010 SLT 4x4 (if not lift) but keeping the factory warranty is more important considering my truck was previously a rental.
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Could this leveling kit potentially void any part of the factory warranty? I want to level my 2010 SLT 4x4 (if not lift) but keeping the factory warranty is more important considering my truck was previously a rental.
I spoke with my dealer yesterday about installing a set of 5100's for the purpose of leveling my 11 ram sport. He said that it would not void the warranty in anyway, the only thing they wouldnt cover were the bilsteins im installing. More or less they were not gonna put new oem ram shocks back on the front if the 5100's got worn out or blew. Which makes sense
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