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3.5 lift

  1. Bignick75

    Rough Country 3.5”

    Have any of you guys had or know of any issues running the rough country 3.5 (with replacement struts, not spacers) on the Rebels? I know of issues with using the 1” taller factory bilstein struts in combination with the RC spacers up front, but am wondering if running the kit with the upgraded...
  2. Bee7_ivan

    The haunting of preload spacers!!!!

    Hello you guys! I bought the Rough Country 3.5 kit. Now I’m reading that if I want the full 3.5inches in front I will need to add the preload spacer, which “supposedly” will destroy the ride quality. Can I add a 3.5 top hat spacer instead?. How else can I get the 3.5 inches up in front? thanks
  3. Bee7_ivan

    Ready lift 3.5 isn’t really 3.5?

    I’m trying to talk my self into buying the ready lift instead of the rough country even tho I hate how the ready lift sits 1.5inches higher in the back. Anyways while I was looking into it I started seeing people talking about how you can’t use the preload spacer on 4x4 models thus causing you...
  4. BattleRam

    Does a 3.5 inch lift need wheel spacers?

    I've got a 2019 Ram 1500 Tradesman V6 Flex 4x4 and recently purchased a rough country 3.5 inch lift that was on sale. I'm running 275/65/R18 tires and will upgrade in time but for now I'd like to keep them as the are brand new all weather/all terrains. My question is if they will still fit and...
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