Ram Performance Suspensions
Hello, need a Ram Performance Suspension System? Then you are at the Right Place, DT ProFab Manufactures and Sale a variety of systems, weather you only need a 2.50" Leveling Kit to a Full Blown Performance Kit we offer a variety of solutions for your needs.
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Some Frequently Asked Questions;
A excerpt from a customer e-mail;
"Been throwing around the idea of long arms for my 07 Ram 3/4 CTD. Currently my ride height is a +4 inches on 35's. I originally contacted Carli because I like the fact you don't have to cut off the OEM Control Arm Mounts with theirs but.... theirs has no adjustment. I've heard good things about yours, but nothing to specific about compatibility with ride heights. I see you offer this kit with a 4.5" coil spring. I have a few questions below, I hope you can find the time to get to all of them as I'm having trouble finding the info & don't trust what I hear on the interwebz."
- Removal of the OEM brackets is a small price to pay for a properly designed system, that offers better handling and drivablity than the factory system. Also I have never understood the reasoning to "Go back to stock" if Stock is so great, then why do any Modifications at all. Plus putting a Long Arm Performance Suspension on your truck enhances the long term value on the Resale market.
- What is the smallest amount of Lift you can run with these long arms? Any thing over 3" is good. You could run these on a Stock Height truck but it would look funny more than anything.
- Running that low of a lift with the arms do I risk making contact with other front end components? Because of the amount of adjustment in the Long Arm System, you can make contact between the Front Diff and the Factory Trabar bracket.
- What would be the biggest lift you could run with DT Long Arm Systems? We have these kits on lots of 8" lifted trucks as well some 10"-12" lifted trucks. For the over 10" group we may look at making deeper Frame Mounts.
- What is going to be the main difference/need between mig/tig? Customer preference really, apart from the technical asspects, we had customer who wanted TIG Welded Arms, so we made it happen. In terms of "Strength" I am sure that or MIG Welded arms are stronger, and it is because of the size of the weld.
- What would be suggested for the salty northeast, bushings or the flex joints. I hate squeaking parts but also can't stand rust/corrosion? Either will work just fine, both products utilise Poly components and Grease. General maintenace will be the biggest thing to prolong the life of any systems.
- Who makes the bushings, who makes the joints? The Poly Bushing ends are our design and manufactured for us, We use a PTMEG Urethane, which is a Preminum product. The Flex joints are currently made by Balistic Fab.
- How is it using the little 5100's, or it just be better to run a more expensive/bigger single shock option like a King 2.5 or is that a apples to oranges comparison?
- I understand mixing suspension components isn't always ideal, but can I use your parts with other kits on the market?