Cognito 3-Inch Performance Leveling Kit With Fox PS 2.0 IFP Shocks For 2014-2020 Dodge RAM 2500 4WD Trucks

Each Kit Features:

  • Yields 3 inches of front lift
  • Direct bolt-on installation
  • Levels the vehicle front to rear
  • Maintains Adequate Droop Travel for Superior Ride Quality
  • Progressive-rate coil springs
  • HD fixed-length track bar
  • Fox 2.0 Performance Series IFP Monotube front and rear shocks
  • Allows for up to a 37x12.5 Tire on a 9-Inch Wide Wheel with 5.75-Inch Backspacing
  • 5-hour DIY Install time
  • Made in the USA
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SKU
115-P0944
$1,452.58
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Cognito 3-Inch Performance Leveling Kit For Dodge RAM 2014-2020 2500 4WD Trucks We've bundled everything you need in a leveling package for your RAM 2500 4WD with high quality Cognito components and Fox shocks. There is no guesswork and you SAVE with the bundled package price.

The Cognito 3-inch front coil springs offer the increased ride height you want without sacrificing ride quality. These springs feature a progressive spring rate to achieve optimal ride quality.

Cognito HD Track Bar recenters the front axle and is specifically designed for 3 inches of front lift. The Track Bar’s fixed-length design makes for a quick install with no unnecessary adjustments.

The 2.0 Performance Series IFP smooth body shocks contain the latest in shock technology to transform the performance of your truck or SUV. They use our race-proven damping control to provide a comfortable on-road ride and predictable off-road handling in even the toughest conditions.

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