A: Yes, it will but we don't recommend it. The Off Road Edition is a 1500 so it has lighter spring rates than a 2500/3500. Running 3" springs for a 2500/3500 on a 1500 will give you about 6" lift over the stock factory height, which would be about 4.75" over the stock Off Road Edition height. But it will ride much rougher than stock, and since the lift height is higher than advertised, the track bar bracket won't be the correct one for that application. Also you would need a 1500 shackle flip instead of the 2500/3500 because the springs are not the same width. You would also need a taller block to level the rear out with the front. And technically the shocks will be too short, the control arms will be too short, you would need a drop pitman arm and longer sway bar end links. Everything besides the shackle flip will physically bolt up but it's not going to work as well as it should. If you're going to spend the money, you may as well get parts that improve your truck. We don't make a full suspension setup for the 1500 model anymore but we do have most of the components available. You would just need to get some coils and shocks on your own.