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  1. Rick
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    I want to put your 4″ lift for the 4 corner air suspension on my 2015 Ram Laramie Limited and use the stock wheels with taller (Not wider) tires, but your press release says I can’t do this, I am wondering why this won’t work?

    Thanks for your time.

  2. Jarod Kuntz
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    When will you guys have a lift kit available for the Dodge Ram Rebel?

  3. Buddy
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    I would like to be able to run a 35 x 12.50 tire on the factory 20″ wheels with this kit. Would this be possible if I use wheel spacers? If so, what width spacers would I need to use in order to obtain sufficient clearance? Thanks

  4. Joseph
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    Hi when are you going to have a lift Kit for the 2500 2014-2016 with factory air bags in the back? I can’t wait Thank you

    Joseph

  5. jack debrabander
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    HOW LONG UNTIL ITS REBEL COMPATIBLE

  6. Rick
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    Carter,
    I read a post that one guy (Jimmy) had a problem with his air-suspension after installing this lift, slow raising to offroad 1, and would not reach offload 2. Do you know if this was resolved and what the problem was, this is my only hesitation installing this lift, I want it to function properly.
    Also do you have any feedback from actual customers?

    Thanks Rick
    2015 Ram Laramie Limited Hemi with short box (5.7)

  7. Jesse Veen
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    After leaving my truck for 2 days, I just picked up my Ram 2015 EcoDiesel 4×4 Laramie edition from the Off-road performance shop who installed the 4″ air suspension compatible kit. I paid to have the upgraded Fox shocks for the rear. I went with 18″ Fuel wheels with 35″ x 12.50 Nitto Mud Grappler MT tires. While I was driving my truck home from the shop, I noticed that I no longer have the “Aero” mode on my truck while driving on the freeway. I also noticed that my Miles Per Gallon went from an average of 25.4 to 17.1. That is a significant loss of gas mileage. I wonder if this significant loss in MPG is due to losing the “Aero” mode in my air suspension system. I also noticed that when I got home and hooked up my boat to my truck, I also lost my self leveling feature on my truck. I put a call into the owner of the shop and I am waiting for a call back. I went to a shop that was reffered to me by the BDS customer service rep and I also read reviews about this shop and people seemed to be very happy with this shops work. I am wondering what needs to be done so I can get my factory air suspension settings back. I was told by everyone that my truck air suspension system would function exactly the way it did when I dropped my truck off before I had the lift installed. Please help!!!!

    1. Rick
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      Jesse sorry for the issues your having, I am having this kit installed in 3 weeks and would like to know the fix for your air ride. Good Luck!

  8. Rick
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    Carter:
    Can I use less than 5″ BS, such as 4.5 or 4″, I don’t see a problem with less backspacing?

  9. Rick
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    Carter does any part of the warranty cover labor?

  10. Joseph
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    Hi I hate to be a pain any progress on the 2015 Ram 2500 with factory airbags? Thank you.

  11. Tim Malone
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    Carter,
    Do you know if y’all are going to put out a 6″ Air Ride kit for the 1500 RAM’s in the future.
    Thanks in advance.

    Tim

  12. Fred
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    Hi!

    New ram rebel and I’d like to keep factory 17′ wheel.

    I already have hubcentric 1.5″ wheel Spacer

    Do you know if it will fit ?

  13. Matt
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    Has the auto leveling and aero ride issue been resolved?

  14. jr
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    i see the rebel is a 50/50 deal on whether this 4″ kit will work, without a dealer visit. my question is in regards to tire size. the rec size for this kit is 35×12.50 on 17′ aftermarket rims, with 4.5 backspace. if i bumper to a wheel that is 17×10 with 5.5 backspace would a 35×14.50 tire fit without rubbing? by calcs it should, but i was curious to your shops experience and advice

  15. jr
    jr at | | Reply

    i see the rebel is a 50/50 deal on whether this 4″ kit will work, without a dealer visit. my question is in regards to tire size. the rec size for this kit is 35×12.50 on 17′ aftermarket rims, with 4.5 backspace. if i bumper to a wheel that is 17×10 with 5.5 backspace would a 35×14.50 tire fit without rubbing? by calcs it should, but i was curious to your shops experience and advice. 2016 ram rebel, 5.7 4×4

    1. jr
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      tire for reference is super swamper bogger 35×14.50R17

  16. Nick
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    So, I contacted my closest BDS dealer today and they told me that they had installed one of these suspension kits before and that they wouldn’t do it again. The guy I spoke to said that airbag replacements are $500 a piece. I’m assuming they had some trouble doing the install and it cost them some money. The next closest dealer is 300 miles away. Just sharing my experience. Is there anyway that the average joe like me can get there hands on install videos from begining to end?

  17. cole
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    Whats the progress on a lift for the Ram Rebel?

  18. James
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    Does this kit affect the payload of the truck for better or worse?

  19. Gabriel Lindsay
    Gabriel Lindsay at | | Reply

    How soon will there be a lift kit for the 2019 dodge 1500 limited w/ four corner air suspension.

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