Superlift Offers Premium Strut Lift For 2009-2012 Dodge Ram 1500s

West Monroe, LA - Superlift now offers a premium mild lift system for DS-platform (2009-current) Dodge Ram 1500 4x4s. This kit features gas-charged Bilstein front struts, which have five incremental height settings:

1) No lift -- as a factory upgrade or a premium addition to Superlift's "strut tower" 4" and 6" lift systems.
2) 0.7" (maximum setting for Outdoorsman and TRX4 Rams)
3) 1.4"
4) 1.7"
5) 2.3"

An optional rear kit levels the truck. It consists of high-pressure-monotube Superide SS shocks by Bilstein, dual-rate coil springs, compression-stop extensions and all required component-relocation corrections. Lift height for most Ram 1500s is 2"; Outdoorsman/TRX4 models gain an inch compared to their already-taller rear stance.

Estimated installation time is 2.5 hours for each end. Maximum recommended tire size at the tallest strut setting is 34x12.50. Stock wheels will fit. Some, but not all, 17"-diameter wheels will clear the calipers with this kit. Backspacing guidelines for 18" wheels are 4.25"-5"; 20" wheels need 4.25"-5.5".

Superlift also offers a value-leader Level-It 2.5" spring-spacer kit for these trucks (non-TRX4 models) as well as complete 4" and 6" lift systems. All components are back by a Limited Lifetime Warranty.

For more information, visit or call 800/551-4955.

Formed in 1975, Superlift Suspension Systems is a pioneer in the off-road industry. Today, Superlift is one of the largest suspension companies in the off-road market and is one of the few suspension companies owned and operated by actual four-wheel drive enthusiasts. Superlift's company philosophy and quality product line reflect the passion of its employees and management for four-wheel drive vehicles of all sizes and years.

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