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From Allpar.com:

A Ram spokesman told Allpar that there was no lift kit; instead, the company simply had the air suspension go up to its highest setting and stay there as the new normal, in much the same way as stock Rams Rebels are made to be higher from the ground than ordinary Ram 1500s.


This might be a one-off attention-getter, but it might also be an experiment to see how people react to a taller Ram Rebel. Perhaps, if there is a strong enough demand, Ram might start investing the surprisingly large amounts of cash required to actually customize the suspension to have a higher lift — assuming it doesn’t wreak havoc on economy figures."


Question is did they swap the links has been mentioned here before, or did they just max out the nitrogen system? Is the key to running 35" tires already on our trucks, just waiting to be waken?
 

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Answer is yes, by way of modifying the length of the links themselves will give you all you need for a nice lift with 35" tires. Nothing else needed other than an alignment @ the new normal height level.
Proof: Over 3 months I've had 35's on with no spacers, no issues & achieved with nothing other than described above. $2 worth of plastic rigid tubing lol



 

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Come to think about this being part of an initial testing process to gauge responses, with how positive i've seen it go so far, we could see the changes we'll expect from the 'beta' phase.
 

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Lol!
 

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Roomraider, are you still able to use the other lift heights, or do you leave it at "normal" all the time?
 
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