Rough Country 4 inch lift

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jcj1576

Member
May 6, 2018
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8
Truck Year
2015
That stance looks just right to me. Any noticeable impact to MPG? I have air bags on mine and not sure i can lift it.
 

Old man

New Member
Mar 14, 2019
26
11
3
Truck Year
2015
Depending on size tire. I’ve got 35” on mine ive lost 2-3 mpg.
 

Old man

New Member
Mar 14, 2019
26
11
3
Truck Year
2015
The offset of wheels. Or spacers needed for wider heavier tires do tend to tear up wheel bearing life a lot sooner. My lift was installed at 10,000 miles. Wheel bearings went at 65,000.
 

Jagj52

New Member
Jul 23, 2020
5
0
1
Nevada
Truck Year
2014
That stance looks just right to me. Any noticeable impact to MPG? I have air bags on mine and not sure i can lift it.
I've got the air bag setup on my truck also, looking for about a 4" lift for mine. BDS is the only thing I've been able to find that is compatible with my setup. The downside is the freaking $2500 cost for their lift. UGH
 

HoochRam

New Member
Apr 29, 2019
10
2
3
52
Brampton, Ontario Canada
Truck Year
2016
I have this same lift kit in my Ram. Not sure if it's the lift or something else, but twice now I've had the same CD shaft pop off while driving. Both times the clip was broken allowing the shaft to come off