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I consistently see almost everyday a new thread of people asking for pictures of Rough Country Lifts on the 2009-2012 Rams with tire size, wheels, bilsteins etc. I know there are a lot of lift threads out there but it can be annoying having to search multiple threads to find a RCX lift on bilsteins. I thought it would be a good idea to start a thread with Rough Country Lifts. Hopefully this will help others wondering what size tires, bilsteins, etc to go with.

Please include:
Year/Model
Lift Size
Bilstein: Yes-Size/No
Body Lift: Yes-Size/No
Tire Size
Wheel Size
Pros/Cons
Any other suspension add-ons
 

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Discussion Starter #2 (Edited)
Mine:
2012 Ram 1500 Crew
RCX Lift: 6"
Bilsteins: 2.1"
Tires:37x13.50x20 Toyo MT
Wheels: Fuel Hostages 20x10 -5
Misc: Kicker Bars
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2012 Ram Crew Cab Laramie
6" Rough Country Lift
No Bilisteins
No Body Lift
37"x12.5" Nitto Trail Grapplers
962 Motometal Wheels
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6" + 1.4" bilstiens and 37s
6" + 2.8" bilstiens and 37s
6" + 2.8" bilstiens + 3" PA body and 37s
6" + 1.4" bilstiens + 3" PA body and 37s
 

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Saving me a spot
6" + 1.4" bilstiens and 37s
6" + 2.8" bilstiens and 37s
6" + 2.8" bilstiens + 3" PA body and 37s
6" + 1.4" bilstiens + 3" PA body and 37s
I was hoping you'd post on here. I want to see the the different heights!
 

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I assume that is why we have some time in the shop the 9th of Feb Blake? Aside from your expertise in assisting me with my Bilstein install.... Pics will be up both before and after the install. Saving my spot as well.
 

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well shit can't post here lol..dang rough crap lifts..:smileup:Good looking trucks!..
Jake what lift is yours
Don't hate on RCX. I'm a huge RCX supporter!! I've ran BDS, pro crap, and Fabtech and more. I love this RCX.
 

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Don't hate on RCX. I'm a huge RCX supporter!! I've ran BDS, pro crap, and Fabtech and more. I love this RCX.
Haha I'm just kidding man. I have a superlift. Wish i would've went rcx now though. All the kits are basically the same anyway!
 

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I had my truck at 3 different stages of lift and hope this can help others with their decision

6" RCX, 2.1 Bilstiens,
1" TGC Rear Coil Spacer,
37" Nitto Trails (20x9, 0 offset)


6" RCX, 2.1 Bilsteins,
1" TGC Rear Coil Spacer,
3" PA Body Lift
37" Nitto Trails (20x9, 0 offset)


6" RCX, 1.4 Bilstiens,
1" TGC Rear Coil Spacer
37" Nitto Trails (20x9, 0 offset)


6" RCX, 1.4 Bilstiens,
1" TGC Rear Coil Spacer
325/60/20 Nitto Terra (20x10, -24 offset)
 

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didnt know you went with rockstars...always a great lookin wheel and trucks still lookin good as well...those tires suit your lift height great
Yes sir!
But thats my winter wheels.....LOL
BUTTT.....Im loving the gears and 35's and the MPG's
So, I will probably stay at these tire size but I am undecided on 18x10 Moto Metal 962 rims or 20x10 Fuel Nutz rims for summer
 

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I have been doing some research, and think in the next couple months I'll be pulling the trigger on purchasing a RCX 6" with 37x12.5x18 for my 2007 dodge 1500.... But I am not entirely sure the 4.7L can handle it.

Might I ask roughly how much this set up ran you ball park, that is if it's not to personal. If you know any good places to order Tire/wheel combinations, it would be much appreciated. I am trying to stay in the $3000 range.
 

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I have been doing some research, and think in the next couple months I'll be pulling the trigger on purchasing a RCX 6" with 37x12.5x18 for my 2007 dodge 1500.... But I am not entirely sure the 4.7L can handle it.

Might I ask roughly how much this set up ran you ball park, that is if it's not to personal. If you know any good places to order Tire/wheel combinations, it would be much appreciated. I am trying to stay in the $3000 range.
If you are installing the lift yourself that budget is very tight.
6" lift is $1400
Tires is $1500
Rims - ranges in $$
Installation - $500-$1000 for the lift kit
 
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