Well, if this company called Whiplash wasn't under several lawsuits, and if half their staff wasn't put in the pokey for insurance fraud, and if you wouldn't get hurt driving this truck, I'd say to go here http://www.whiplashsuspensions.com/CFCart/catpage.cfm?Cat_Selected=10. From what the word is, these lifts are for show trucks only.
"All you need to run 35's is a 5" lift. Trust me, I have articulated the hell out of mine and never hit a fender. Damn close at full turn and compressed spring, but never hit.
Wrong, this statement is incorrect. It is very dependant on backspacing and width of tire. My 35/15.50-16.5's rubbed like hell just turning lock to lock with my 5.5" suspension. I had to go with a body lift to keep from tearing the hell out of my fender. If you want to run a narrower 35" then you should be fine, but width will be a factor.
2001 Ram 1500 Off Road
5.5" Fabtech w/ dual RS9000's
3" Performance Accessories Body Lift
35/15.50-16.5 Swamper SX's on Weld Wheels
Let's put it this way...they are a spinoff of Whiplash due to severe legal problems...so they are basically the same company without all the legal problems...and yes, they blow also...all show and, well not even all show. I think they look like crap...if you ask me.
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