Bilstein 5112 2.3″ Front Lift Leveling Kit for 2014-2018 Ram 2500 4WD 6.7L Diesel
Bilstein B8 5112 Series 2.3″ Front Lift Kit for 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 Ram 2500 4WD 6.7L Diesel
B8 5112 is a high performance levelling kit which provides more ground clearance, allows for larger tires, and increases wheel travel. The B8 5112 kit is for front applications and consists of (2) B8 5100 Series shocks combined with (2) matched coil springs. This simple yet effective kit will bolt into the factory locations with no modifications. The B8 5112 kit will provide a smooth and stable ride both on and off the road.
- Provides 2 Inch To 2.75 Inch Of Lift Depending On Application
- 46 Millimeter Monotube Shock Design For Consistent Fade-Free Performance
- Patented Digressive Shock Valving Instantly Reacts To Changing Surface Conditions For Maximum Comfort, And Control On And Off-Road
- Vehicle Specific Tuning Optimizes Performance For Ride And Handling
- Zinc Plated Shocks For Resistance To Harsh Elements
- OEM Certified Shock Mounting Hardware Allows For Easy Installation
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
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Questions and answers of the customers
- Q Do you think it is possible to run a 37x12.50 on a stock 20 inch rim with trimming of the fender ... answer nowA 35'' will fit without trimmingso 37'' will definitely require trimming, maybe body lift
- Q How come your ad says that it’s for a 2014 to 2018 ram then later on you say that it won’t fit a ...
- Q Looking to purchase the 5112 front level kit .will it handle a 8’ plow as I also use my truck for... answer nowA I just installed the kit and am going to plow snow with mine this winter. Don’t see it being an issue as I have done this with coil spacers on earlier model dodges
- Q will this work on a 2016 mega cab 2500 with the hemi? i know weight difference might be added in ... answer nowA https://www.bilsteinlifts.com/shop/ram/2500-ram/2014-2017/bilstein-5112-2-front-lift-kit-14-18-ram-2500-4wd/ here are shocks for hemi
- A The coils are Bilstein, they provide 2.3'' front lift and are about 10% stronger than stock
- A Such wheels will fit, bigger tires may require some trimmingRim* Tire Width* Tire* Backspace* 9" 12.5" 35" 5.5"
- Q Does this kit work with 2017 RAM 2500 with rear air ride suspension? Will using it without adjust... answer nowA It is possible to use it with rear airsuspension.If you want to changealso the rearshocks wecan offer* * * https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/ram/2500-ram/2014-2017/bilstein-5100-shocks-for-factory-rear-air-suspension-2014-2016-ram-2500-4wd/
- A It's approximate setting, depends on front additional weight
- Q Do you offer a progressive spring ? What is the recommended matching rear shock for my 2015 RAM 2... answer nowA On the radius arm platforms Progressive rate Springs are not recommended
- A Adjustable track bar is recommended
- Q Will i be able to run a 20x9 wheel and 35 12.50 20 tires with this kit on a 2017 ram 2500 diesel answer nowA 35'' wheels on 12,5'' width rims - not bigger.
- Q So if this will not work on 2018, why? And what product do you sell that will work on 2018 answer nowA It will work on 2018 only in case it has suspension equal to 2014-2017 Unfortunatelly have no products specified for 2018 yet
- Q I'll ask this again....... How does the spring rate compare to OEM? What is the kg/mm (stiffness ... answer nowA The manufacturer doesn't provide this info unfortunatelly
- A Provides 2 Inch To 2.75 Inch Of Lift Depending On Application
- Q Will this fit my 2014 ram 2500 4x4 hemi 4 door looking to get it leveled with no spacer answer nowA This will work on diesel trucks according to Bilstein USA.
- Q Will this work with 3500 SRW? Will this alter the geometry? Will this level the truck or do I nee...
- Q Will this work on a 2014 2wd 2500 diesel? The Mopar website shows factory springs are the same pa...
- A After-market Accessories Do Not Effect New Vehicle Warranties There’s a common myth circulating amongst vehicle owners and dealership personnel – according to some “experts,” adding after-market parts will void a new vehicle’s warranty. This is completely false. While it is true that an after-market part could cause a problem that isn’t covered under warranty, it’s against federal law to void a warranty because someone uses an after-market part. The Magnuson Moss-Warranty Act The Magnuson-Moss warranty act is a federal law enacted in 1975 that makes it illegal for auto manufacturers (or any manufacturer of consumer products, for that matter) to void a warranty simply because the owner of the vehicle adds an after-market product to a vehicle. The law states that manufacturers have to repair a vehicle problem UNLESS they can prove the problem was caused by an after-market part. The Magnuson-Moss act also makes it illegal for manufacturers or dealers to require “tie-ins” as a condition of your warranty. Dealers and manufacturers can not require you to service your vehicle at the dealership as a condition of your warranty, nor can they require you to use certain brand name parts for your maintenance or repairs. In other words, the Magnuson-Moss act says: - Warranties can not be voided simply because an after-market part is used on your vehicle. - Warranty repairs can only be denied when it can be proven than an after-market part caused the failure. - The burden of proof is on the manufacturer – the dealership must show that a specific after-market part caused a problem in order to deny a warranty claim. - When an after-market part is the cause of a specific problem, only the warranty for that problem can be denied. Other, unrelated problems are still covered under warranty. - The dealership or manufacturer can not require consumers to use a particular brand of part or require service to be completed at a specific location as a condition of their warranty. Situational Examples Example #1: You install an after-market lift kit on your new 4×4 pickup. 2 years later, your truck (still under warranty) requires new front ball bearings. The dealership must prove that the ball bearings wore prematurely as a result of your after-market lift kit. Otherwise, they must replace the ball bearings under warranty. In this case, the dealership would likely try and show that the kit was either a) installed incorrectly or b) pushed the factory suspension beyond reasonable limits. Provided that the kit was designed for your vehicle and correctly installed, it’s very difficult for a dealership to prove that your lift kit is the cause of your problem. Therefore, this situation would be covered under warranty. Moral of the story: Dealers can’t just say that your after-market part caused a problem – they have to be able to prove it. Example #2: You install a nitrous oxide boost kit on your new truck. Unfortunately, the kit was installed incorrectly and the first use causes a major engine problem. When you take your truck to the dealership, they determine that your nitrous system was not installed correctly and therefore caused your engine problem. Because it’s clear the engine problem was caused by your after-market part, the engine problem is NOT covered under warranty. Moral of the story: Make sure that whoever installs your after-market parts knows what they’re doing. Don’t work with an installer that you don’t have complete confidence in. Example #3: You pay to have an after-market stereo installed in your vehicle, the but the stereo is too powerful for your truck’s electrical system, and as a result your truck’s alternator fails as a result a few days later. When you bring the truck to the the dealership for diagnosis, they determine that the alternator failed because of the after-market stereo. At this point, the dealership informs you that any further repairs to the electrical system will not be covered unless you remove the after-market stereo. This is perfectly legal. However, if any other parts fail on this truck that are NOT related to the electrical system – like the engine, transmission, suspension, etc. – your warranty is still in full effect. Morals of the story: 1. Make sure that the after-market parts you install on your vehicle are designed for your vehicle. If you put the wrong part on your truck, you will have problems that probably won’t be covered under warranty. 2. Just because you have an after-market part that causes a problem, that doesn’t void your entire warranty. Bottom line: After-market parts can not void your warranty. However, after-market parts that are either not designed for your vehicle or that are installed incorrectly can cause warranty problems. So, be sure to buy after-market parts from reputable companies, and make certain to follow use and installation instructions carefully. Follow these rules, and your warranty is safe. More Resources: - SEMA’s Consumer Bill of Rights https://www.tundraheadquarters.com/blog/after-market-accessories-new-warranty/