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Old February 28th, 2010, 12:17 PM   #1
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Question i need help choosing a lift and tires for my 2500

hi i have a 2000 ram 2500 i wanna lift it i wanna go high but im looking for a good price ya no i was looking to go with 38's soo im basically looking to clear the tires i still have to drive it on the road whats a good lift for those tires i was originally lookin to go with 40's but i dont know yet

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Old March 2nd, 2010, 04:50 PM   #2
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Rough Country has been a good lift for my ram but i only went 5.5 inches. I was really impressed with the shocks on how good they perform. They are much better than the bds shocks my cousin has on his truck hands down. What ever you decide good luck and hope it works out for ya.
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Old March 3rd, 2010, 10:30 AM   #3
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I've got the 6" Superlift with a 2" spacer in the front also on my 06 2500 Mega Cummins. I clear 37's very easily. I've put 3000 miles on this set up and am pleased with it.
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The 7" Skyjacker kit should do that nicely.





After that, add a 2" spacer in the front and flip the shackles in the rear if you want to run 40's.

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Go with a BDS and keep the money in the state. Plus the no fine print warranty is pretty hard to beat.
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Id say BDS. Love the warranty. My second opinion would be Fabtech long arm.
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The 7" Skyjacker kit should do that nicely.





After that, add a 2" spacer in the front and flip the shackles in the rear if you want to run 40's.

dude thats a pretty sick looking truck! I like it with the 4d's!

oh, and go with BDS, they have upped the quality of their product a lot in the past couple of years!!
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