This thing is so new, no one seems to have any idea...Utah, that link you sent from Rough Country specifies it does not fit air ride models...Boost, I'm with you, everyone says "No...but we're not sure"...UGH!!! I am very torn here! I just traded a '14 Ram 1500 Hemi in on this Eco/air ride because I really like diesel engines...Starting to confirm my insanity in this trade! It's the Mossy Oak Edition and I really hope the mileage pays off with this diesel!
Here is the link to the adjustable links for leveling the front. Or slightly lifting the truck.
Utilizes the factory suspension just tricks the sensor to be able to change the height.
So it's a minimally invasive lift or level.
That's the lift that I'm going to go with.I actually found a air suspension 4" lift that is available now.
So I shouldn't have a problem getting 20x14" rims on 33s or 34?It's good for a 1-2" lift and or a level which has become so standard for owners in the Truck world that do not wish to have oversized tires and want to maintain on road mannerisms.
A 4" 2200$ in parts alone lift to clear 35's is too much for me. Factory clears stock 33's, you can level the front for $300 + an alignment and go from a 60 series to a 65 series tire (quoting 20" rims here) which is a 34 and clear just fine. Still maintain the ability to raise the Truck a little extra with factory when necessary. Have a reasonable loading height to the bed.
If you're looking to do a big lift and big tires than the $3000 factory air suspension was probably not the right decision. Coils take to alterations much easier.