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Alright, I know most of these have probably been answered before but I have a few questions. I drive a 2004 Dodge Ram 1500 Hemi 2WD Quad Cab. I am looking at getting a 6" lift from Rough Country for $900..
First of all, how are Rough Country lifts and how hard is the install?
Also, it recommends 35's but I really wanna put 37's on it. I know the bigger the tires, the worse it is for the truck and stuff, but I was curious if 37's would fit, or if they would be too overkill. Also, I have a 2" Rough Country leveling kit on my truck right now. Will I have to take that off before the lift installation? Or should I leave it on so much truck sits 2" higher in the front? Mainly looking for opinions and help!
Thanks so much!
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I have a RC 6" suspension lift and it is well made. Not hard to install if you have the right tools. I could easilydo it in a day. 37s will not fit with just a 6" lift though. You'll need to go higher. I have a 12" lift total on mine