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Hi all! I've been reading the forum for a few weeks and decided to join, so this is my first post.

Can anyone recommend a leveling kit that works well with the AWD 1500? Or is the answer, none work with the AWD model? Truxx claims their leveling kit does.

I originally started down the path of shopping for a lift so I could so some more serious offroading but lifting an AWD model seems to have it's challenges. I've contacted ProComp, Fabtech, and some other big name brands and they treat me like a plague. So, if I could get the front end of my truck bumped up an inch or two, I'd be a happy camper.

Any help is really appreciated!

Thanks! :rck:
 

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Since when did Dodge produce a Ram with All Wheel Drive? Do you mean 4 wheel Drive?
 

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I'm not sure when they started offering the AWD option, might have been in 04. I have the Laramie package which offered an AWD model. It still has the option for 4x4 high and low. I've noticed several folks on this board have this model too. I always assumed it was limited production.
 

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kowabunga04ram said:
Thanks Stevew. People think I'm nuts when I tell them my truck is AWD. Have you tried to level yours?
yes I have tried to level my nuts but so far no luck , duck tape is only a temporary fix and a pain in the ass when you remove the lift ! I have thought about cranking the torque rods but I would prefer a test victim.
 

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Not sure why being an awd truck would make any difference for spacers up front??? They are exactly the same as the part time 4x4 trucks suspension setup, just a different T-case. Am i missing something here?? :huh:
 

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stevew said:
does the 4wd have u joints and the awd have cv joints thus the pinion angles have to be kept within range for the cv 's ?

Good point but as far as I know all the 1500 4x4s and AWD utilize CVs-
 
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