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Old 07-25-2013, 10:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Leveling kit and 33" tires?

I have a 2007 dodge ram 3500 6.7l 4 door 8 foot bed. I've done performance upgrades to it but now i want to add some style to it. I was thinking of a hell bent steel 2" leveling kit with 33" all terrains. I was hoping y'all could show me some pictures if your trucks with this combo to see if id like to do that. Thanks y'all!!
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I have a 2007 dodge ram 3500 6.7l 4 door 8 foot bed. I've done performance upgrades to it but now i want to add some style to it. I was thinking of a hell bent steel 2" leveling kit with 33" all terrains. I was hoping y'all could show me some pictures if your trucks with this combo to see if id like to do that. Thanks y'all!!
Mine is close...
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33's will fit no problem.

I'm running a 2" spacer in the front, stock rear with 285/75/17 Nittos (Just a hair over 33" tall). Sits pretty level unloaded.

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Hey glondark, what else did you do to the under carriage besides the 2" leveling? Im getting the itch to level mine as well.
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Hey glondark, what else did you do to the under carriage besides the 2" leveling? Im getting the itch to level mine as well.
So far it's pretty mild. Leveling spacer, bilstein shocks front and rear, Carli stabilizer and coming this week a Carli adjustable track bar. The rear is stock other than the shocks.

The shocks made a huge difference in ride.


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Was the stabilizer a must have?
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Was the stabilizer a must have?
Nope. The truck had 285/70/17's on it and a leveling kit from day one. I replaced the steering stabilizer at 60k miles because my wife bought it for me for my birthday.
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This was my truck with a 2" leveling kit with 33"s.Leveling kit and 33" tires?-1376386524308.jpg

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This is mine now with 2.5" leveling kit with 35"s

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Great. Thanks a bunch ya'll.... now I want a leveling kit and tires....
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