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Alright Suspension guru's. I'm not the most educated when it comes to lifting. However, I have done some research. I've been lookinging into lifting my truck for a while now and I think I have it narrowed down to the Zone 4 Inch lift for my 2012 Ram 1500 4x4. I feel its the best bang for your buck, as it is made by BDS with thier quality, yet not as expensive. I want FOX 2.0 coilovers in the front and the 2.0s in the rear. I know the rears are possible because bullys has them as an upgrade with the kit on thier website. So heres the question, Can i run the 2.0 Coilovers with the kit?? Also, I currently have a Hell Bent Steel Leveling kit intalled. I assume I'd have to unintall that in order to have the lift kit and coilovers. Thanks in advance! Any help is much appreciated.
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Yup, you can definitely run the Fox coilovers on the front with a lift. It's essentially the same as running Bilsteins with the kit. Rather than using the stock struts you'll just install the Zone lift spacer on top of the Fox coilover and call it a day

You can leave the HBS leveling kit on the stock struts and get rid of both. You won't need them with the lift and coilovers.
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That's going to be a badass setup. You will be very happy.
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Thanks for the input ya'll! It'll still be a while before I purchase everything, but i have decided that's what I'm going with.
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Any bullys performance reps out there that can offer me a good deal on the shocks?? So far I've found em for $950 for all four corners. $360 per front, $115 per back, with free shipping.
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Send Eric an email at sales@bullysperformance.com. Let him know you're a forum member and he'll get you a quote with the forum discount for everything you need.
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I was going to just ask the same question. But was going to also check and see if the rancho coil overs would work with the zone 4" kit as well. Plan on running a level for about 6months b4 I end up lifting it
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The Fox coil overs will level it. Then get your lift.
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I was going to just ask the same question. But was going to also check and see if the rancho coil overs would work with the zone 4" kit as well. Plan on running a level for about 6months b4 I end up lifting it
Are you referring to the Rancho Quicklifts? That's not a coil over, it's a strut. Bit of a different system. I wouldn't get the Quicklifts if you want to run them with the lift since they aren't height adjustable.

If you're referring to an actual coil over that Rancho has post up the link so I can see exactly what you're talking about.
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They are the loaded strut I thought it was the same thing just a different name... they are adjustable tho... from 1 to 2.5" of lift. The ranch quick lifts are just so much cheaper plus there also on sale
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