I've seen their Jeep stuff. One word for 'em - STOUT. Everything of theirs I've seen has been top notch and plenty beefy. I can't see why the Dodge products would be any different.Ninja Nate said:Yeah, I am wanting to lift her up a bit. I need more clearance and I have a slight amount of rubbing on the inner fender. I am looking at a Full Traction 4" lift right now. Anyone have opinions about them?
I've heard that before.Ninja Nate said:Yeah, I am in Northern Utah. I realize I will only be getting about 2" more inches but that is really all that I'm looking for, I also realize I cant use leveling pucks b/c I still need longer control arms. So I figure why not just get a whole lift kit? I dont plan on going any larger than the 35"s that are on her now.
After checking out your RC install, I may be looking at going that route and buying some new leaf springs as I dont like blocks. I figure 3 more inches up front would be better than 201_OffRoad said:I've heard that before.
Great looking truck. Let us know how the FTS lift turns out.
35's on 5" of lift is a great look for our trucks. IF you decide to go with RC, you'll really enjoy having the flexibility of the adjustable upper and lower conrol arms. And look at the block provided with the kit before you decide against it. Remember, the only reason I stacked blocks was because I needed the added height in the rear to compensate for my coil spacers. The block provided by RC with the 5" kit should work just fine by itself.Ninja Nate said:After checking out your RC install, I may be looking at going that route and buying some new leaf springs as I dont like blocks. I figure 3 more inches up front would be better than 2