2'' Leveling Kit T6 Billet Black - Dodge Ram 1500 4WD 2006-2018
Dodge Ram Max Lift 2.0 in - Max Tire Diameter 35 in.
2006-18 DODGE RAM 1500 4WD
Made in USA
T6-Billet CNC machined billet leveling kit
Available in four different colors.
ReadyLIFT is proud to introduce a stylish line of leveling kits for Dodge Ram truck owners. The T6 Billet by ReadyLIFT is the perfect combination of style, form, and function while providing the right level stance Dodge Ram Truck owners want. ReadyLIFT T6 Billet Suspension leveling kits are made using only premium 6061 T6 aircraft billet Aluminum and include 10.9 rated mounting hardware. The T6 2006-2018 Dodge Ram 1500 4WD leveling kit is available in Red, Blue, Black and Silver tough anodized finishes with the name, ReadyLIFT Suspension, laser etched onto the side.
ReadyLIFT designed the T6 Billet for 2006-2018 Dodge Ram 1500 2.0" Leveling Kit specifically to prevent any premature wear and tear on CV joints by developing a modest lift height that levels the truck without over-extending the suspension or drivetrain.
These strong strut extensions provide 2.0" of lift from stock which is what is required to achieve a level stance on '09-10 Ram Trucks. On '06-08 and 2011-2018 Ram trucks, the 66-1030 will provide a near level stance with the bed sitting about 1/2" higher in the rear for a very slight raked stance. This lift also allows the 2006-2018 Dodge truck owner to install up to 35'' tall off road tires without concern for clearance issues.
35" Maximum tire diameter
35x11.50 for no rub on a 9" wide wheel with +12 offset
18" - 285/75R18
20" - 295/65R20
22" - 285/55R22
One pair of anodized CNC machined billet aluminum strut extensions with hardware.
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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: 3.5 Hours +/- 0.5 hours (excluding alignment and wheel/tire assembly)
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