i'm not familiar with the Pro Runners so i cant say... a lot of guys run the Bilstein ride height adjustable ones on here and love'em
those adjustable shocks will not work on 2 wheel drive, a good spacer should be metal preferably some kind of a metal that will not rust, looking at $100 or so I would stay away from plastic spacers.Ok, I googled the torsion keys and it says it is only for 4wd. Here are the adjustable shocks http://www.4wheelparts.com/Lift-Kits-Suspensions-Shocks/2-Front-Pro-Runner-Adjustable-Shocks-and-2-Rear-Pro-Runner-Monotube-Shocks.aspx?t_c=1&t_s=90&t_pt=3306&t_pn=s%2fdshockingzxcombo&utm_source=google&utm_medium=froogle&utm_campaign=product&emlprox=out&ppcfon=1&gclid=CIy5yJ6Nib0CFRJo7AodQWAAyw
I also just found this http://truckprousa.com/i-6280858-ro...pension.html?gclid=COiG0K6Mib0CFRQS7Aod8h4AUA will they work, it just looks like a spring. Or should I do a spacer and what kind of spacer, polyurethane, aluminum, or metal and what is a good price range for a good spacer. I was thinking $70 to $200. Thanks for the help so far.
Rough Country has a solid reputation so I'm sure you can't go wrong with that kit. However I don't believe it comes with shock extensions, you may want to look into getting some or even new longer shocks.Ok, thanks, I am thinking of getting this http://www.roughcountry.com/dodge-leveling-lift-kit-7578.html it looks like it is metal. It is only $78. Thanks for the help so far guys.
You can run the kit without extensions and I'm sure many people do but you run the risk of maxing out the absorbers. It's really not an issue on roads aside from pot holes but I personally wouldn't feel comfortable with stretched out absorbers.I read that some people do them without shock extensions? What would be good shocks, some bilstiens? And by shocks, do you mean shock absorbers or longer springs? Also I read that you can get dodge 2500 shocks and they are the right length for 2 inch level, that is the same year, 2wd, and regular cab, correct?