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Old June 22nd, 2009, 06:03 PM   #1
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want to use a spacer lift in a 98 1500 and was wondering what mods are necessary i.e shocks, sway bar , track bar, brake lines wan't to do this as cheap as possible thanks for the input
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Old June 22nd, 2009, 09:18 PM   #2
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to be honest with you i have spacer on my 2001 ram very easy and looks good but you can get more lift and and cheaper to just swap out the old springs for ram 2500 springs
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ok will look into it did you have to modify anything else shocks brake lines the sway bar track bar that is the info that i need thanks though
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No other modifications will be necessary . . . although longer shocks are recommended. Check on Ebay- you should be able to pick up a set for as cheap as 75$. Then you will need spring compressors which you can pick up a cheap set at Harbor Freight for about 15$. Other than that is is pretty simple install.
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