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Old 01-23-2015, 08:30 AM   #1
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Zone 2.5" lift

Has anyone used this lift before? Considering doing this on my 2006 Ram 1500

Zone Offroad 2.5" Adventure Series UCA Lift System D48

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Old 01-23-2015, 09:00 AM   #2
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Nice kits. They are a sister company to BDS and one other company all good products.
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Cool good to know. I'm saving up for this and probably a 2" add-a-leaf for the rear. I like having a little bit of rake but I want more altitude.
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Old 07-06-2015, 02:31 PM   #4
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Cool good to know. I'm saving up for this and probably a 2" add-a-leaf for the rear. I like having a little bit of rake but I want more altitude.
I am looking into the supreme suspension level kit. 3" front and 1" block in the rear. But I have heard 3" is too much for the front diff and other parts. Still trying to find a little more information. But that would be the perfect height for me I believe. Or a 2.5" if it is safer?
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You could just drop some serious cash on a full airide/suspension lift by kelderman then. Those are some sweet lifts but holly crap the price is nuts.

3" front not driven crazy every day will be fine for the occasional off road romp
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You could just drop some serious cash on a full airide/suspension lift by kelderman then. Those are some sweet lifts but holly crap the price is nuts.

3" front not driven crazy every day will be fine for the occasional off road romp
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Again, thank you. Looking more into and doing more research. It looks like most of the 4" lift kits don't even come with anything to drop the front diff. So... I do not think it will be that big of a deal.
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