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Old 02-03-2016, 07:10 AM   #1
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I have a 2011 Laramie crew cab and would like insite on the best direction to go on leveling the front. I know this subject has probably been beat to death but any help would be much appreciated. I've looked on line and seen consern/problems with ball joints and CV axles with the common leveling kit. But looks like you guys have a awesome site here.

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Old 10-07-2016, 06:49 PM   #3
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Hi, New to the site have a 2014 Ram Hemi 1500, when I first bought it 2014 after 2 1/2 in.lift on front after a couple of days noticed a bang in front when making sharp turn. So started my research and found out the "14" had a letter out saying to not install in which I removed them. After researching today found out Ready Lift was compatible with no interference for these trucks. Now wondering if this is true? and if any one has heard about product or used it?
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Have not personally heard or seen anything pertaining to that sorry!
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Hi, New to the site have a 2014 Ram Hemi 1500, when I first bought it 2014 after 2 1/2 in.lift on front after a couple of days noticed a bang in front when making sharp turn. So started my research and found out the "14" had a letter out saying to not install in which I removed them. After researching today found out Ready Lift was compatible with no interference for these trucks. Now wondering if this is true? and if any one has heard about product or used it?
Do you know what parts were interfering and "banging" together? 2 1/2" is well within normal suspension travel and shouldn't have given you any issues whatsoever.....
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Old 10-09-2016, 01:14 PM   #6
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The ball joints when making a sharp turn backing up. Also there is letter from Ram staying not to level the front because of ball joint separation the lift spacers I added were 2.5 from pro comp.But now I was that have a kit called ready lift that takes care of the issue $799.00. So just seeing of any one else has used it yet and their review on it
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Do you know what parts were interfering and "banging" together? 2 1/2" is well within normal suspension travel and shouldn't have given you any issues whatsoever.....
When I installed the 2.5 in pro comps is when the bang started and after reading a letter not to install 2014 and above due to ball joint seperation. But now it seems that have a product called Ready Lift that should take care of issue. Wanted to see if any one else had used this product....
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I'm not sure what's different on the '14+ that might cause them to have ball joint issues with a 2" level. 2" is well within the safe suspension travel range. If that's actually the case they should be failing at every pothole....? FCA is always going to recommend that their vehicles don't get modified in any way so that letter has no merit IMO....

Makes me glad to have a 2500

I'm not picking or anything but this is the first I've heard of this issue and that's the only company I've seen that offers a different upper control arm with a level kit. I want to learn more about a possible issue since my '00 Mitsubishi Montero Sport is getting tired and I might be replacing it with a '14ish Ram 1500 in a few years(I never buy new so other people can find the problems for me )
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