I'm looking at the Skyjacker front lift leveling kit. Its nice and easy, Chrysler recognizes the parts as warranty-approved parts, plus it's fully modular(so you can combine the parts with other kits+parts in the Skyjacker product line.Just wondering if anyone is going to lift the front end a little?
And if so, which brand of levelling kit are you going to use?
New to Ram trucks, so any advice would be helpful.
Leveling kits are easy, don't void the warranty, don't affect mileage much, and unless you're hot-rodding on pavement the amount of lift required won't really change handling much. They're also cheap and easy to get.I have been ogling lift kits for the Outdoorsman I want to get. 4" seems to be a great medium for lift and looks. With all the "issues" surrounding the EcoD, can lift kits even be put on them? If so, does anyone know the particulars on what may or may not void the warranties when it comes to lift kits?
My 2 campers are a brand new 550-lb ultra light or a modified 2,000lb old-style Scotty trailer but I'm still at the planning stage. All I need is (I think) a custom hitch tongue.Won't be doing this. Then my front end will be too high when towing the camper.
Pics?I was told at my dealer that the level kit I have in my current truck (2012) is going to work on my new truck it is a 3" front and 1.5' in the rear, they installed it at the dealership so I forget the brand I think it is a rough country. with the rake in these new trucks I put it in to gain a little clearance. just a bonus that it looks great.