2.5'' Leveling Kit W/ Tubular Control Arms - Dodge Ram 1500 4WD 2006-2018
2006-2018 DODGE Ram 1500 4WD
2.5" Leveling Kit including new Tubular Upper Control Arm
Solves OEM control arm ball joint issues.
Max Tire: 35"
Not for use on truck with factory air suspension
Leveling a Dodge Ram is an excellent way to achieve that "Ram Tough" look. ReadyLIFT leveling kits are the fastest, safest, least expensive way to bring the front of your vehicle level with the rear. Our innovative Smart Strut Technology mounts on top of the strut, unlike urethane spacer kits that compress the spring and deteriorate over time. In order to prevent premature CV joint wear or damage, ReadyLIFT includes custom bump stop brackets to limit downward suspension travel. ReadyLIFT proudly offers a taller version of our Ram 1500 leveling kits that will allow you to safely run a 2.5'' leveling kit on 2006-2018 Ram 1500 4WD trucks. The 66-1026 leveling kit is offered with our superior Tubular Upper Control Arms (UCA) which resolve the common problem of the factory ball joint falling out of the stock control arm. This can occur when leveling your Ram 1500 4WD truck. This great leveling kit/UCA combination allows you to safely level your truck while avoiding any stock ball joint problems. If you haven't heard about this problem or haven't experienced it YET, just search for it online and you will find out the factory ball joints chronically separate from the stock control arm. If you want to safely level your Ram truck, this is the only kit you will want to install on your truck.
Max: 35" tire.
35x11.50 on a 9" wide wheel with +12 backspacing.
(2) Tubular Steel Upper Control Arms with all necessary hardware and bushings.
(2) Powder coated steel strut extensions with hardware.
(2) Bump stop extensions with new bump stops
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Please read Instructions thoroughly and completely before beginning installation. Installation by a certified mechanic is recommended. ReadyLIFT Suspension Inc. is NOT responsible for any damage or failure resulting from improper installation.Download Pdf InstructionsEstimated Installation Time: 4.3 Hours +/- 0.5 hours (excluding alignment and wheel/tire assembly)
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