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Old 08-14-2013, 05:56 PM
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I didn't realize you could run the Bilsten shocks on a 2wd. Hummm... Love the stance of the truck with the level and tires. Damn nice!
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I didn't realize you could run the Bilsten shocks on a 2wd. Hummm... Love the stance of the truck with the level and tires. Damn nice!
im not sure if you can put bilsteins on 2wd, but mine is 4x4, just when i first bought it the stock ram 1500s have such an aggressive rake and are so low in the front they look 2wd.
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im not sure if you can put bilsteins on 2wd, but mine is 4x4, just when i first bought it the stock ram 1500s have such an aggressive rake and are so low in the front they look 2wd.
Nope, Bilsteins adjustable struts are for 4wd only. 2wds are limited to spring spacers or lift spindles.
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couple new photos on level ground, front stance, showing wheel offset. pretty stoked so far, not really noticing lack of power with bigger tires or considerably worse fuel mileage. road trip this weekend, we'll see.



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