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so whats the deal with no none that ive found has lifts foe a 2 wheel drive dodge well the 2500 and bigger they have them for the 1500 just wondering if you guyes know of anyone who makes one:confused013:
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LOL myke i was thinking about that the other day. It will deffenetly be easier to put a lift on my truck, with a locker in the rear. Instead of buying a 4x4 atleast for awhile. Would be a little easier out hunting. And you remember what happened with me trying to pull dads truck up in flag. LOL :banghead:
 

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I think he is more looking for something around 6" of lift, atleast thats what i was thinking
 

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You can do that as well, I can give you alot of input on if you want to do a custom setup. If the knuckles are the same, you could start out with a CST 4" lift spindle, that would get you up in the air quick, then add a spacer and you would get 6" in a hurry.
 

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Yeah that sounds like a better way to go, im not much of a body lift guy. But then again i may just lower the back of the truck so its level.
 

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heres what i planed out i got another set of armes off of a 3500 there the same im going to take those and make a jig and im going to build a 3 over long travel kit and spindles almost like the spindle set up on a pro two race truck and set it up to use a 3.0 bypass coil over problem solved oh maby a four link for the rear to make it legit
 
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