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Bully's Performance 10-19-2013 10:29 AM

Hey you Diesel owners have a question for you :)
 
In our ever lasting quest to be able to supply everyone with everything they need it has come to our attention that we do not have a lot of Top quality lifts for you diesel folks, and as we get more and more into the diesel market we are finding this to be a must. So we might have an opportunity to get on with a couple of lift specialists that really only do diesel related lifts (2500/3500). If we can get on with one of them would their be any interest? Is there another company you would rather us pickup?

Here is what we are thinking

First one is Rize Industries, they offer a 8" lift

Kit comes with:
- A true 8 inches of lift to clear 37 tires.
- A trick center link/idler arm steering system, to greatly reduce bump steer that is so prevalent on the typical lifted Dodge.
- Custom front coil springs that not only provide a superior ride, but offer more wheel travel as well.
- A new tranny/transfer case X-member kit to help eliminate severe front drive shaft angle and vibration.
- Drop basketry that does away with the crazy 4-link geometry that is so typical on most lifted Dodges.
- Proper steering & alignment geometry.
- A kit that offers simple installation, with minimal drilling and zero cutting.
- Allows the truck to be put back to stock.
- A lift system that gives the truck a clean, contemporary, yet aggressive look.
- Kit comes complete with blocks and u-bolts.
- 4WD diesel, automatic applications only.

The second on is Full Throttle Suspension you can choose between a 4", 6", 8", 10", 12", or 15" lift for you dodge 2500 or 3500! YES THATS RIGHT 15" of full suspension lift!

Let us know what you think, post up comments, chat about it, if you have interest in another manufacturer let us know and we will look into it as well!

Thanks everyone
Jeremiah

Canadian Hemi Pride 10-19-2013 08:10 PM

15 inches.. of lift.. I don't even know what to say to that, Amazing I guess would work best.

brandonjansen 10-19-2013 09:35 PM

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Originally Posted by Canadian Hemi Pride (Post 1224972)
15 inches.. of lift.. I don't even know what to say to that, Amazing I guess would work best.

Check out Cody Elkins Bionic Ram. It runs at 14" of lift but is on air ride so it can go all the way up to 22" of lift. It's insane.

I responded to your post on Facebook Jeremiah but I'll repeat it here so some of the other guys that might not be following on Facebook can see it.

Carli is definitely one of the top choice for lifts and provide lots of components that would be very beneficial. Pure Performance also makes great lifts and I'd definitely be interested in theirs. Then there's the Kelderman 8"-10" air ride kit which could be very convenient for some people and it's a very cool set up. But it is more of a pavement princess kit than an offroad kit. Top Gun Customz would be another good company to get in with for both the HD trucks and the 1500 guys. They offer a lot of good stuff at fairly decent prices. A lot of guys would benefit from that in my opinion.

I've looked into the Rize kit a little and it seems fairly decent but it's definitely not on the top of my list. But that's more my personal opinion on how I think it looks and what I plan to do with my truck. I haven't heard too much about the Full Throttle kit either but I have been told their fairly good. I'd be interested to get some more information and pricing on their kits.

Bully's Performance 10-19-2013 09:50 PM

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Originally Posted by brandonjansen (Post 1225023)
Check out Cody Elkins Bionic Ram. It runs at 14" of lift but is on air ride so it can go all the way up to 22" of lift. It's insane.

I responded to your post on Facebook Jeremiah but I'll repeat it here so some of the other guys that might not be following on Facebook can see it.

Carli is definitely one of the top choice for lifts and provide lots of components that would be very beneficial. Pure Performance also makes great lifts and I'd definitely be interested in theirs. Then there's the Kelderman 8"-10" air ride kit which could be very convenient for some people and it's a very cool set up. But it is more of a pavement princess kit than an offroad kit. Top Gun Customz would be another good company to get in with for both the HD trucks and the 1500 guys. They offer a lot of good stuff at fairly decent prices. A lot of guys would benefit from that in my opinion.

I've looked into the Rize kit a little and it seems fairly decent but it's definitely not on the top of my list. But that's more my personal opinion on how I think it looks and what I plan to do with my truck. I haven't heard too much about the Full Throttle kit either but I have been told their fairly good. I'd be interested to get some more information and pricing on their kits.

Hey thanks Brandon, yea I did get the messages on the facebook post that I made earlier I have reached out to everyone of the companies mentioned on their and on here and am just waiting to hear back, I will follow up with them all on Monday as well. Thanks for the input Brandon!

thanks
Jeremiah

Canadian Hemi Pride 10-20-2013 12:06 PM

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Originally Posted by brandonjansen (Post 1225023)
Check out Cody Elkins Bionic Ram. It runs at 14" of lift but is on air ride so it can go all the way up to 22" of lift. It's insane.

That truck is insane.. He already sold it for like 72 grand and bought a tundra though..:smiledown:

brandonjansen 10-20-2013 01:52 PM

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Originally Posted by Canadian Hemi Pride (Post 1225338)
That truck is insane.. He already sold it for like 72 grand and bought a tundra though..:smiledown:

Ya that's just what he does. Builds a new truck every year or so. Too bad though, that Cummins was by far the nicest truck he's ever built and IMO one of the nicest Cummins ever built.


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