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Probably going to go with Bilsteins. TRX you can't just get a lift kit as the distances and angles are supposedly a bit different
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Probably going to go with Bilsteins. TRX you can't just get a lift kit as the distances and angles are supposedly a bit different
id go that route.
i think max for you will be 2" if I am not mistake.
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You are correct. With 3.55 gearing I would have to well want to re-gear to atleast 3.92 if I was to lift and go with bigger tires
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Yes you are correct that the trx4 trucks have a different front suspension then the others. There is really only one good way to lift the front of those trucks. That is with the bilstein 5100 series height adjustable strut. Basically the factory trx4 strut is .7" taller then a stock strut so if you try to put a level kit spacer in it over extends everything and can lead to vibrations and other issues. The bilstein strut replaces the longer factory strut and gains about 2" over stock height.
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You are correct. With 3.55 gearing I would have to well want to re-gear to atleast 3.92 if I was to lift and go with bigger tires
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Hi Shawn,

Yes you are correct that the trx4 trucks have a different front suspension then the others. There is really only one good way to lift the front of those trucks. That is with the bilstein 5100 series height adjustable strut. Basically the factory trx4 strut is .7" taller then a stock strut so if you try to put a level kit spacer in it over extends everything and can lead to vibrations and other issues. The bilstein strut replaces the longer factory strut and gains about 2" over stock height.
Makes complete sense to me and the route I'd go.
Plus you have a Bette ride
So it's a win/win
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So it isn't just a level. I would probably actually do the re-gear first then the level
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So it isn't just a level. I would probably actually do the re-gear first then the level
You don't have to re gear for a simple level...
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No but if I was to go bigger tires. I would rather have it re-geared then level/lift then the bigger tires that way I wouldn't lose any of the Hemi fun factor if I do it in that order
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Makes complete sense.
But do the level first. Then gears. Then tires.
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Makes complete sense.
But do the level first. Then gears. Then tires.
That actually makes more sense as it is the look of the Rake I want to get rid of first lol
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