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2" Pre-Load Spacer Front Leveling Kit - 2019 Ram 1500 4WD

$194.95
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SKU
66-1920

2019 Ram 1500 4WD 2 inch Leveling Kit

Front pre-load spring spacer kit

Not for use on air-suspension equipped trucks

CNC machined billet aluminum construction

Made in USA.

Max tire: 285/65-20 on 20x9 +18

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

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TIRE/WHEEL SIZING GUIDE

2019 Ram 1500 4WD 2 inch Leveling Kit

Front pre-load spring spacer kit

Not for use on air-suspension equipped trucks

CNC machined billet aluminum construction

Made in USA.

Max tire: 285/65-20 on 20x9 +18

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

  • ReadyLIFT is excited to announce that we now offer several different leveling and lift solutions to properly enhance the stance and driving quality of the 2019 Ram 1500 truck 4WD. Like the body design, the suspension design of the 2019 Ram 1500 4WD features some unique design elements that differ from the previous generation Ram. These differences were tackled by our engineers as a result, we now offer a CNC machined billet aluminum construction leveling kit to properly level these new Ram 1500 4WD trucks. 
    The 66-1920 kit provides 2" of front leveling lift. The 2019 Ram now comes with a composite upper control arm with a sheet metal cover. Our engineers determined the stresses around the ball joint would be too great for a traditional strut extension leveling kit. We have chosen to tap into our popular strut spring pre-load spacer design which generates lift without putting undo stress on critical areas like the ball joint. Our 66-1920 2" front leveling kit will get the job done right and affordably.
    This kit requires a spring compressor to install. 
  • Max: 285/65-20 on 20x9 +18

  • (2) CNC machined billet aluminum front spring pre-load spacers.

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  • Estimated Installation Time: 4 Hours +/- 0.5 hours (excluding alignment and wheel/tire assembly)

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