rough country has a 3 in. suspenion lift for the 2wd drive ram it cost about $310 but i havent heard too many good things about it, you pay for what you get i guess thats why its so cheap. Oh yeah i havent had any problems with my fabtech supension yet but then again ive only had it for about 700 miles.
9ins isn't that custom! iv seen alot of trucks that are like 14-25ins I dont know how they lift um that high though!. Iv heard Cst is good,fabtech is not too good, AIM is junk. oh and by the way I am also trying to lift my 2wd ram also. been reserching lifting it for quite some time now. im mabey have found a way to get almost 12ins... not sure if it will work though. 3in spindle lift,3 in coil lift, 3in body lift, 2 1/2in coil spacer lift. you also might need like a rancho subframe drop down for the proper geometry. any ideas?
Put a locker in that 2WD and it will go alot of places. I used to go all over the place in hollister in my 2WD. I now have two 4x4's so I take those now and have a blast. But the 2wd was fun too, as long as you have someone to pull you out.
For those of you who cant figure out why we lift 2wd trucks heres a good couple reasons.
Smoother ride on and off road, most of the time its cheaper to lift, you can pre runner your truck if your into speed without having to worry about your drivlines flying off, with a locker or a LS rear setup you can still go a lot of places, more travel.
those are just some of the good things about a good 2wd setup. granted you cant go over big rocks and real big hills but thats what you get when your in a 2wd truck.
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