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^ No sir, not close to rubbing either.

Started putting on my body lift this morning, got both bumpers off and everything ready to go just had to do the body mounts. Wife called me and the puppy had gotten into some stay fresh packets. The "do not eat" ones. So I was forced to put it back together. Should get it done next weekend, then axle swap/gears and bigger meats soon to follow

Heres what she looked like. PreInstall measurements were 47.75"f/48.5"r

cant wait to see this truck with the body lift on it!!!! looks sick already!!!
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How hard is it to remove the front bumper cover?
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6in BDS suspension lift
18x9 Fuel Boost wheels -12, 4.5 backspace
35x12.5 Nitto Trail Grapplers
no rubbing
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Trucks a 2007 Dodge Ram 4x4
-6" Fabtech lift with Dirt Logic Shocks
-20" Moto Metal Rims with a -18mm offset and 4.8 Backspacing
-35/13.5/20 Mickey Thompson ATZ Tires
There is no rubbing with this setup at all.

very sweet ride...
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....does the 6" RCX lift kit allow you to level the truck as well? Your's looks like it still has the rake towards the front, can the RCX kit be used to level as well as lift or would you require a seperate levelling kit on top?

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2009 Ram 1500
2.5" Daystar Leveling kit
33" Bridgestone Dueler Revo 2 A/T (upgrading to some 35 m/t in the near future)
no rub

6 inch rcx coming spring 2012 ha


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I have been wanting to level my 4X2 2012 Dodge Ram 1500. Line-x of San Antonio offers a 2.5 inch daystar coil spacer that for the front end. I have seen pictures so I know that it will give it that better leveled look and I plan on getting a little bigger/wider tires after the installation. My main reason for doing this is because i thought it might redistibute the weight a litttle more towards the back wheels and tires. I slip way to much as it is with giving it just a little push and i was hoping this might help. The guy from line-x said he dosn't think it will help performance wise in the way or distibuting some weight to the back. He said its just looks and can get a tire size or two up.. So now I'm not so sure it is worth the 350$ that they were going to charge for everything inc parts labor and alignment. Any ideas because to me I don't see how it won't redistribute the weight.. but I am no expert on cars & trucks either. Please let me know what yall think!!
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2007 Dodge Ram 1500 5.7L
4" front spacer level, 3" back spacer level + 3" body lift= 7inch lift
38" Dick Cepek Mud Country
20" Moto Metal wheels
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Wow tires are petty snug. Do they rub? Looks good. Got any better quality pics?
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they had to cut part of the plastic inside the wheel well because it would rub when I turned, oh and i also have a spacer on all 4 tires, cant remember if its 1.5 or 2". I'll try and put some better pics up, those were taken with my phone so the quality is garbage
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