Q: Do you think there would be any fitment issues with a 12"wide wheel on 37x13.5's ?

Asked by: Steve Seese - 8/4/2017
A: No, there shouldn't be any issues at this height. The truck will sit pretty high above the 37" tires.
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Answer provided by: Dodge Off Road (12/11/2017)

Q: This might sound dumb in all but the description says you are(were) running 39' but I want to to if I can clear 40's and 24x14 rims which I have laying here, is it possible to do it?

Asked by: Abraham Cruz - 12/11/2017
A: It will depend on the wheel backspacing/offset, but anything is possible. We clear 47" tires on the same suspension, but that's with cut fenders, a high clearance front bumper, the axle moved forward 3", and 10" wide wheels with 4.75" backspacing. The width doesn't matter as much as the offset or backspace. If you have the factory bumper and if you have not clearanced your fenders, you may have some rub at full lock. But it should be easy to correct once you have everything on the truck. The long arms on this suspension are adjustable so you can always get a high clearance front bumper and move the axle forward an inch or two to get more clearance at the fender. Give us a call at 855-900-9367 or send us an email at [email protected] if you have any other questions.
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Q: Hello, I was wondering if I could order just the shocks and drop pitman arm for the 7 inch lift? I have a 1994 Dodge Ram 2500 with the 5.9 Cummins. I was curious how much it would be if I was able to order those parts together or separately. Thankyou

Asked by: Stoney Aycock - 6/13/2019
A: Sorry, we don't sell those parts by themselves. The shocks and pitman arm can be purchased from hundreds of retailers online, Summit Racing probably has it all in stock.
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Q: I didn’t see anything mentioned about brake lines. If I purchase this system would I simply not need longer ones? Or need to purchase them somewhere else?

Asked by: Nick Cotter - 2/16/2020
A: 9 times out of 10, you won't need longer brake lines. If you do, you can get longer ones made at a local NAPA or order them online. The front brake lines can be remounted so they have a lot more slack in them and the rear bracket can be bent down to allow for more slack. If you still have the factory brake lines on your truck they probably need to be replaced sooner or later anyway, when you do that just have some made 7" longer than the stock ones.
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Q: Can I expect the flex that is pictured or is that the extreme offroad kit and if so what kind of travel do I get from this?

Asked by: Zander - 7/14/2020
A: The flex pictured is from this same suspension, just using longer shocks. Shocks are the biggest limiting factor. If you get the Fox 2.0 shocks you'll have 11" travel, but if you go with other shock options you can have up to 16" travel which is what the truck pictured has. It's not using all 16" of travel in the pics, it's closer to 13" or 14". So even the Fox 2.0 options will get you pretty close to this.
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