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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-20-2002, 10:47 PM
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Suspension Lifts

What is your faovrite suspension lift? (under 6")
Im looking into Rancho or Superlift for my 1997 5.2 1500 Ram
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I like the skyjacker lift personally. I think rancho biggest lift is only 3" where as superlift has a 5" lift...
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Personally I have a 3" Skyjacker lift with no complaints. I want to put on Skyjackers new Coil Over lift to give me 6" but anyway Go Skyjacker it is "The Bear of Suspension Lifts".
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had the 5" also..definetly will get my bizz if and when i get another truck after rollin/totaling my dodge..and if i do go with another truck,i am getting that 7" lift that skyjacker has out now..clearing 40" with susp only...no more body lift..well maybe a 3" to clear some 42" tsl's..
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Hey whats with the little 42" crap Eric? lol 44"+ sounds better! I was surfing the net and stopped at the goodyear tire page and saw huge tractor tires 66"-76" monsters, now thats big...
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Well it is gonna be my daily driver again..and i dont know if i want to be dailyin with 44's..And after almost three yrs with 39's and daily driving,and 2,000 miles road trips,and driving damn near cross country in it,i dont think I would want 44's on it to be driving round,and trying to road trip in ..bad enough getting them 39's balanced..hey speaking of balance..when I get my new dodger,and 39's..thinking about them alum rings that go between your rim and axle..like the big rigs use to keep those tires balanced..guess they got shot,or some kinds compound that once your tire starts spinning the material in the ring finds the bad spot and balances em as you drive...ever heard anything or anyone using em..remember seeing an article in an old 4 wheeler..will have to go check it out...
but dont get me wrong..44" boggers would be the bomb...
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