Bilstein 5100 0-2.75″ Front 0-1″ Rear Lift Shocks 11-2018 RAM 1500 4WD

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2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 RAM 1500 4WD Bilstein 5100 0-2.75″ Front & 0-1″ Rear Lift Shocks

Front Shocks:

Series: 5100

Front Extended Length(in): 21.4

Front Collapsed Length(in): 15.12

Part Number: 24-187367

Front 24-187367 shocks installation manual

Rear Shocks:

Series: 5100

Rear Extended Length(in): 26.73

Rear Collapsed Length(in): 16.75

Part Number: 24-187374

Rear Shocks Fitment Notes:

 

Fitment: 11-’18 RAM 1500 4WD Bilstein 5100 0-2.75″ Front & 0-1″ Rear Lift Shocks

Important fitment notes:  

Rear shocks will not lift your truck by themselves.

Need a 1″ Rear spacer?

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      1. 0 votes
        Answered by the admin Such wheels will fit without rubbing:Rim* Tire Width* Tire* Backspace* 2" 9" 12.5" 35" 5"Bigger tires may require some trimming.  Also precise caster/camber adjustment and body lift may help
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        Answered by the admin UCA's are recommended but not required, the benefit of the UCA's is to fix the caster when the vehicle is getting aligned and also helps you a lot with articulation on the front end.Ride quality feelings are pretty subjective, as for road handling it will better than with spacers because spacers decrease wheel travel
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        Answered by the admin Hello Ride height is increased by moving coil ring to the higher position
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        Answered by the admin They are right, for more than 3'' you need much more parts and work, or suspension damage will occur
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        Answered by the admin It is not recommended to stack lifts.Hello, in order to figure out how much lift you need to level please take existing measurements from center of the wheel hub to the bottom of the fender. Difference between front and rear is how much lift you need to level. https://prntscr.com/gfgxwt
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        Answered by the admin It will fir if you have air helper airbags. If you have air springs instead of standard coil springs - you need to compare shocks characteristics to your old shocks
      8. 0 votes
        Answered by the admin Will fit only 2019 Ram classic (same body as 2011-2018)
      9. 0 votes
        Answered by the admin It is to be disassembled https://bilsteinlifts.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/E4-WM5-Y352A00.pdf
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        Answered by the admin Front shocks are height adjustable and will lift the front end using stock coils.Rear shocks are longer then stock but rear will remain stock height without rear lift springs installed
      12. 0 votes
        Answered by the admin up to 34'' tire - rubbing will depend on backspacing.We always recommend tire test fitment first
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        Answered by the admin You are right: fronts are for stock coils, rears can be used with 1'' spacer
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        Answered by the admin UCA's are recommended but not require, the benefit of the UCA's is to  fix the caster when the vehicle is getting aligned and also helps you a  lot with articulation on the front end.
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        Answered by the admin UCA's are recommended but not require, the benefit of the UCA's is to  fix the caster when the vehicle is getting aligned and also helps you a  lot with articulation on the front end.Front shocks are height adjustable - the spacer can be needed only for rear
      16. 0 votes
        Answered by the admin Highest setting will provide up to 2.75'' of lift - maybe no spacers will be needed
      17. 0 votes
        Answered by the admin It is not recommended to stack lifts - can cause suspension harm
      18. 0 votes
        Answered by the admin Yes, stock coils will fit
      19. 0 votes
        Answered by the admin These shocks may fit - please compare your old shocks lengths and mountings to theseFRONT: Extended Length (IN): 21.4 Inch Compressed Length (IN): 15.12 Inch Upper Mounting Style: Pin Lower Mounting Style: EyeletREAR: Extended Length (IN): 26.73 Inch Compressed Length (IN): 16-3/4 Inch Rod Diameter (IN): 1.81 Inch Upper Mounting Style: Eyelet Lower Mounting Style: Eyelet
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        Answered by the admin Not exactly need, just please note, rear shocks will not lift your truck by themselves - some lift kit options as add-a-leafs or longer coils or maybe spacers will be required for a lift.Rear shocks are only longer then the stock shock - designed for use with the existing 1'' lift or may be used with 0'' rear lift (stock height)
      21. 0 votes
        Answered by the admin Alignment is needed especially for the front - using height adjustable shocks allow to lift the front end
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        Answered by the admin For 2011 Ram 4WD we can't offer longer Bilstein shocks.We can offer Skyjacker Mono premium series shocks for 6'' rear lift: * * * Extended Length (IN): 28.59 Inch Compressed Length (IN): 16.7 Inch Upper Mounting Style: Eyelet Lower Mounting Style: Eyelet * * * will it be good?
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        Answered by the admin UCAs are always not a bad idea, but the lifts up to 3'' can go without UCAs.UCA's are recommended but not require, the benefit of the UCA's is to  fix the caster when the vehicle is getting aligned and also helps you a  lot with articulation on the front end.
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        Answered by the admin You are right, they will fit the 1500 Ram 4WD with coil spring suspension
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        Answered by the admin Wheel spacers are not needed - factory rims can be kept.Coil spacer will be needed for the rear lift - the rear shocks are just longer but will not lift the truck by themselves.Front shocks will lift the truck be themselves.
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        Answered by the admin Front shocks are height adjustable - they are able to lift the front end up to 2.75'' using stock susension.Also it is not recommended to stack lifts.Not sure about the your lift type .The best way is to compare your old shocks lengths and mountings to ours:FRONT: Extended Length (IN): 21.4 Inch Compressed Length (IN): 15.12 Inch Upper Mounting Style: Pin Lower Mounting Style: EyeletREAR: Extended Length (IN): 26.73 Inch Compressed Length (IN): 16-3/4 Inch Rod Diameter (IN): 1.81 Inch Upper Mounting Style: Eyelet Lower Mounting Style: Eyelet
      27. 0 votes
        Answered by the admin It may be used on some lowest notch adjustments - please be sure not to exceed 3'' of front lift total
      28. 0 votes
        Answered by the admin Front shocks are height adjustable - they are able to lift the front without spacers.With the rear shocks 1'' lift can be applied
      29. 0 votes
        Answered by the admin You should be ok with stock UCAs at 2.75" of lift
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        Answered by the admin Can't say exactly - we haven't tested it by ourselves. It will vary from truck to truck, and will depdnd on the rims offset and on the springs condition, also on the additional weight carried.Maybe the precise camber castor adjustment will be needed to avoid rubbing if using big wheels.
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        Answered by the admin Yes it will fit Outdoorsman but only 4WD models
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        Answered by the admin Bilstein shocks are under warranty. Signs of misuse or abuse will void your warranty .More info about Bilstein USA Warranty on 5100,5125, and 5150 shocks can be found here:https://www.bilsteinus.com/products/search-service/warranty.html
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        Answered by the admin no, front shocks can lift the vehicle by themselves. Rear shocks will not lift the vehicle.
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        Answered by the admin I've checked the manufacturers catalog - for 2014 Ram 1500 2WD only 4600 serie shocks are recommended. So these shocks may fit, but only in case you have mountings and suspension travel length similar to 4WD
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        Answered by the admin

        Can't tell exactly - will depend on the rims offset, load carried, castor / chamber adjustments and other parameters. We always recommend test fitment first

      37. 0 votes
        A If it is a 4WD with a coil spring suspension, yes. This set up will not work with air suspension.
      38. 0 votes
        Answered by the admin These do not come with it. You need to reuse the stock ones.
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        Answered by the admin You adjust the front shocks with a "C-ring" you snap it on to desired lift positions before you assemble the coilover.Usually RAMs and other trucks have their rear end siiting slightly higher, then their front. Such kit will make the truck look like leveled, when the rear was higher then front before this lit. If you want bigger rear lift - you can use additional rear spacers (product sku="KC09116BK"). Please keep in mind, that spacers are not recommended in case of towing something heavy or frequent carrying much load on the platform.
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        Answered by the admin If you want to keep stock rear height you can go without the spacer, if you want the 1" lift, you need to use the spacer. Rear shocks do not lift the vehicle.
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        Answered by the admin No, these shocks wont work, we do not have anything from Bilstein brand that would fit that lift.

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