Easy, bolt-on installation - no permanent modifications
Delivers increased ground clearance
Factory ride and handling
An improved ‘leveled’ stance
Kits available with or without shocks
ReadyLIFT is the most widely known and consequently the most successful manufacturer of leveling, mild and complete ‘big’ lift kit systems in the market today. By providing quality products designed and manufactured to give the customer exactly what they want without compromising ride or handling quality, the message has been well received.
The quality of this kit is impressive and it comes very nicely packed. The finishes are above average parts and I did not see any burrs or rough surfaces. This is basically a 2 inch lift + front leveling kit. It lifts the front of the truck with 3.25 inch and rear with 2 inch.
The front suspension total lift is 1.25 + 2 inch lift. The 1.25 piece goes on top of the strut assembly and the 2 inch goes inside it, over the top side of the spring. I did not install the 2 inch lift piece inside the spring since I did not want to level the truck. The rear lift consists in 2 spring pieces that go over the spring isolators and also 2 bump stops.
The instructions are very clear and printed in color, very easy to understand. If you only install the 1.25 piece in the front, there is no need to remove the tie rod end from the steering knuckle, since the strut assembly can narrowly fit in, but adding the 2 inch lift requires removal of the tie rod end. Only adding the 1.25 lift (w/o the 2 inch) in front did not require replacement of the upper arm controls (UAC), so there is no need for new alignments. When the wheel is completely off the ground, the UAC ball joint still has more travel.
I recommend this kit due to the amazing build quality if you go for the full lift the kit offers. I would NOT recommend getting it if you don't use the full lift (like I did) because you end up paying for parts you don't need (UAC + 2 Inch inner strut front lift). 4WP and Amazon has 2 inch strut lift blocks for less than $80 and rear coil overs for about the same. Also, there are better UACs out there, that have bolted/serviceable ball joints, not pressed in like this ones.
By John E
from Columbia, SC
5.0Just right for 2005 expedition
Small lift just right to still fit in garage. Bumped up tire size from 265/70/17 to 285/70/17 with no problems.
from Ventura county, CA
5.0Great lift for the price...
Great lift, and not too expensive compared to other lifts on the market... my Tundra seems to even drive more stable, I'm glad I lifted it...
3.06” and 8” difference
Did not realize the only difference between the 6” and 8” is a spring spacer so I also bought coil overs ... witch made me unable to have the full 8” lift
from Kauai Hawaii
5.0Redneck Heaven with a lift!
Great product/ Great Install/ Ride is smooth/Just the beginning!
from Where the West Begins
3.0Okay for a Ram Rebel
I installed on a Ram Rebel. I didn’t use the pre-load, so I only got about half the lift. Using the preload results in a fairly stiff strut and some steep angles on the Rebel. Overall, I like the result, I just wish there was a kit specifically for the Rebel.
5.04 inch Ready Lift 2019 Ram Classic Eco-Diesel
Great lift! Truck sits just the way I wanted. The ride is great. Feels better than stock in my opinion.
from Mesa, AZ
Dealer installed this lift and 35x12.5x20’s on my 2020 Ram Laramie love it so far